It Is Unsafe When Kids Are Unattended (Sunday Prompts)

Between the dark and the daylight

When the night is beginning to lower

comes a pause in the day’s occupations

that is known as the Children’s Hour

Dad is out of town,

Mom is talking on the phone,

Anna and Amanda playing horse back ride in the living room

When they suddenly hear a “boom”.

There is a bark outside the door,

While Anna pick up her book from the floor,

“Who can that be?”

Anna and Amanda hold hands to flee.

The day is dark outside,

Shivers make the girls’ heart beat like a drum,

It is unsafe when kids are unattended,

Glad to see them going upstairs to be with their Mom.

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What Do You Think of Becoming Bilingual?

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Becoming bilingual or trilingual suggests a great deal of business.

There are more than 100 countries around the world, there exists more than 100 languages. What does it mean? It says that there are more than 100 ways to express “yes”, “no”, “love”…Awesome and scary, right?

The world has become smaller because of the rapid development of modern technology , i. e. internet, the world wide web. Competitions in economy, education, and science are global! To survive the intense wars among countries on important issues, it is vital to be able to speak, or read and understand more than one language.

Network with people from foreign countries is one way to learn about their culture. Some universities have studying aboard programs, which is excellent ways to help students learn about a second language.

Becoming bilingual can be tough, frustrating or disappointing. One has to be persistent and truly loves the new language to be able to succeed!

Becoming bilingual could refer to becoming open minded, which means that you don’t have to actually learn a new language, but you fully understand the benefits of looking at things around the world in at least two different ways…Thus, becoming bilingual may refer to becoming smarter and wiser when it comes to solving problems and handling issues involving at least two parties.

Becoming bilingual is great, if not , at least you know the fact that, your way may not the only way, you will not be upset or surprised when you see other people’s hold different or opposite viewpoint!

Stay open minded, you never lose your cool!

What do you think of becoming bilingual?

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Hello, How R U?

Do U know anyone who is bilingual? What do U think of becoming bilingual?

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Spread Sunshine To Brighten Their Day( 4 Potluck Week 18)

Thanks to Amanda/Kavita 4 The Inspirations,

Week 18 Poetry Potluck Theme: Language, Signs, and Symbols

Amanda’s place is flooded, Prayers…Pay her a visit here:buttercup600

There are floods in an Australia City,

Many a home are destroyed, what a pity.

This is a troubled time,

It’s hard to make poetry rhyme.

Some speak of the language of hope,

While others deal with the aftermath of death;

Faith shall be the surviving rope,

Show mercy to the victims, I confess.

If you are reading this,

You shall feel their pain instead of bliss.

Please send your love to someone of tragic,

Your SIGNS of caring will do the magic.

Life is unpredictable,

Bless the survivors, be visible.

When death threats humans this close,

Send them a fresh rose,

Spread sunshine to brighten their day,

Let compassion lead the way!

The Sunshine Award

The Mischief Maker Award

Jingle offers her most sincere gratitude to those who support VICTIMS in any natural disasters, and wishing our friends (Amanda/buttercup, her family and friends) in Australia good luck in surviving the plight of floods..God Bless You!

The Sunshine Award and The Mischief Maker Award are given to All Blogging Friends who are supporters of Jingle, Thursday Poets Rally, and Jingle Poetry Community..You Rock! claim the awards after leaving a comment under this post and pay a visit to buttercup600

and a visit to

January 18th, Mia, Imagina

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January 19, AlmondJoycie:joycefied.wordpress.com

to wish them Happy (Belated) Birthdays!

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