Alphabe-Thursday-H Is 4 Hello

Hello, green earth,

Keep providing and loving,

Hello, dancing winds,

Keep those leaves singing and laughing,

Hello, chirping birds,

Keep your elegance alive by flying,

Hello, twinkling stars,

Keep your curiosity shining and inspiring,

Hello, creative souls,

Keep your mind blowing and glowing,

Hello, everything in the universe,

Stay active

and positive..

Happy Living!


H Is 4 Hello

C It Your Way

U only live your life once,

U shall not allow any opportunity to go waste.

C it your way,

Make your day.

C is 4 COURAGE, the courage

2 fight anything that means to discourage.

If u r innocent,

U shall fear nothing

That r set up

2 shut u up;

If u r decent,

U shall fear nothing

that means to quiet u down

or make u drown.

U shall have the courage not to compromise your reputation,

to conquer possible deconstruction,

the courage to confront crimes,

to compose poetry that rhymes.

to collect wisdom,

to crash boredom,

to clarify confusions,

to count contributions.

to correct wrongs,

to compile songs.

to crack cases,

to convey graces.

to connect poets,

to contest doubts,

U shall have the courage to cry,

to try,

to continue

your avenue

to live, love,

And rise above…..

C it your way,

Never waste one single day.


This is an entry 4 Alphabe-Thursday


C is 4 ….

Submitted to Thursday Thinking Tank at Poets United:


I Am Lucky 2 Live In The Best Possible Neighborhood!

This post is an entry for neighbors,

A meme hosted at Terra Del Sol for Mia Monday

Do you have any beautiful experiences about your neighbors to share?

If your answer is Yes, then go see Kimberly...

I find myself enjoying writing these to share…

Happy Mia Monday!


I am lucky to live in the best possible neighborhood,

Where one can always count on good mood.

On special occasions,

We will pay each other special attentions.

July 4th Parade,

Halloween trick and treat,

Everything is preprepared,

Everything makes one feel great!

Trust and friendships are maintained,

While respect and indivudual space are obtained.

We stay on our own homes almost all the time,

We alert one another if there exists a crime.

Each household has one’s lawn cut in timmely manner,

Chritsmas lights make the surroundings look even better.

The side walks are sparkly clean,

The grass looks charmingly green.

Kids are all well behaved,

Drive ways are perfectly paved.

I feel peaceful, and cheerful to live in where I am,

Welcome to my neightborhood, thanks to Uncle Sam.

__Jingle on June 21, 2010___

Neighborhood Image

She Was Afraid of Men

She was afraid of men,

She refused to think

About the rumors and sin

of the night.

When she saw a rooster flirt with a hen,

Her heart starts to sink

While unstoppable pain

dominates her brain, not alright.

She is chased by a clown

in her home town,

She gave him a frown

and left him to be alone.

The clown wrote a love song

and tried to come along,

But she placed a chain across her locked door

and had herself fainted on the floor.

A guy who is shy

determines to give his try.

They do distanced walk,

They do telephone talk,

She insists she needs no men’s approaches,

He believes he desires no woman’s touches.

They become best friends

Living together


This story ends.


Hello, how are U?

I grew up being taught by family members that

a woman shall have self-respect and never

beg a man for love….

Maybe it is true, maybe not, people are all

different and have various values.

I write this poem with the woman and the man

exhausted in their own perspectives simply for fun!

hope that you enjoy a beautiful Sunday afternoon!

😉 😉 😉

Poetry Potluck at Jingle Poetry

It Is Time To…

It’s time to move on,

It’s time to sing a happy song.


It’s time to try something new,

It’s time to paint my sky blue.


It’s time to stand up tall,

It’s time to stop another fall.


It’s time to be myself,

It’s time to stop imaging pelf.


It’s time to chase my dreams,

It’s time to play charming games.


It’s time to avoid living in vain

By treating others less disdain,


It’s time to do what I love to do

Within the world’s view.


It’s time to____________!

Your Turn!

This post is for Magpie Tale at magpie tale

Thank You for Reading!

Wishing You A Mindful Monday!

😉 😉 😉

Magpie Tales

Spring Haiku (1-8)

What is Haiku?

If U are new, click here to learn about Haiku and in how to write one, good luck.

;) ;) ;)



And Rains

Are what spring brings.



Is when

The fun and life begin.


Doors open

The air is fresh,

Fountains splash.


It is spring time,

Farms plow,

Trees sprout.


I would like

Ride a bike

And go on a hike.



About spring

In a fling.


Snow and ice  melt

Buckle your seat belt

Drive with NO guilt.


Schools keep open,

Hens r ready to hatch chicken,

Blossoms wave hello in the garden.


Hello, How R U?

What is your favorite thing to do during spring time? Which Haiku do U like most?

Happy Tuesday 2 U all, Smiles! 😉 🙂 😉

Thursday Poets’ Rally Week 6 (Feb. 18-Feb. 24, 2010)

Hello, Everyone, How R U? R U Ready to rock and roll?  🙂 😉 😉

Welcome to Thursdays Poets’ Rally week 6.

Wow, What A Lovely and Emotional Rally Week 5 We have! U All Have Rocked on Week 5!

Mission Statement:

Participants are poets who are dedicated to spend the whole day promoting and celebrating poetry. By volunteering to reach out, make positive comments or encouragements to blogs that are new, these poets demonstrate leadership capacity and become backbone of future poetry advocacy leaders and seasoned poetry readers and writers.

Meanwhile, we welcome poets who are represented as fresh poets to join our leadership group under their own wish or motivation.  We expect our group to grow and expand  so that more poets are inspired, more poems are composed and shared, and  more joy or fulfillment in poetry is discovered.


#1: If you are a poet who is new and want to join our Thursday Poets’ Rally, comment here and let me know, I will add your on.

#2: Post a poem in your OWN blog on Thursdays.

#3: Go ahead and visit the blogs on the list, please make sure to make a minimum 12 positive comments on 12 different blogs where you have never commented before. This can be done on Thursday, or by next Thursday.

#4: Very important, please make sure to comment back when you are given comments.

#5: After you post a poem, commented a minimum 12 blogs, let me know and you will remain on the list the following week as active poets.

PS:Your link will NOT appear as participants UNLESS you commented below, I need your word of approval so that we have mutual understanding and respect upon this event. Thank U in Advance and Have FUN on the Rally!

Week 6 Perfect Poet Award Nominations Notification:

Please check the link below to view rule of acceptance of week 5 winners.

U must nominate one (1) previous participant along with your Thursday Poem Post

I suggest that U must have a public blog to be able to be a participant and show your public link when commenting below, thank U!

Week 6 Participants:

hunter Koch

wordwand (done, 😉 😉 ;))


chocolate high


nanno1982 (done, 😉 😉 ;))

Yousei Hime done, great, 😉 😉 ;))

Jaymie, 😉 😉 ;))




fiveloaf (done, awesome job, 😉 😉 🙂



THE BEATY (awesome, 😉 😉 ;))

the moondustwriter

Postcard from Doggerland

Laurenmichelleotheim, 😉 😉 ;))

getting it

The Dustus Blog


william (instantly done, thanks, 😉 😉 ;))

brian miller done, yeah, 😉 😉 ;))



doubtfulpoet (done, 😉 😉 ;))

Ray Sharp (done, 😉 😉 ;))


Week 6 Fresh Poets to know and explore:

Rumblings of a Ghost:



Jamie Macnab’s Blog

Worlds of Words

The Zen of Motherhood


Poetry is piece of mind:


Spiritus Silentium

Dragonfly Poet

The Dustus Blog:


Big Window

Postcard from Doggerland

The Current Word

Words Express

The Writer corner:

A Leaf in the Breeze

The Dark Lord’s Blog


The Good Poet:

Canned Press:

On Time’s Shelf: