The Perfect Poet Award 4 Poets Rally Week 30

The Perfect Poet Award 4 Week 30 Ehm, I'm speechless. ^^ This acceptance post will be dedicated to Jingle, Annie, and all Thursday Poets Rally Participants. As for my acceptance poem, I decide to share my old poem, taken from my account. This was originally made as a tribute to a gorgeous theme song … Continue reading The Perfect Poet Award 4 Poets Rally Week 30

Describing the Distance

My rally entry for Thursday Poets Rally Week 30. Hope you like it. ^^ #1 Me and You I could not reach you Gravity keeps me down here And you fly too high #2 You and Her Though oceans divide And yes, your days are her nights You'd still hold her tight #3 Me and … Continue reading Describing the Distance

My Awards ;)

I never thought that by posting a short poem will lead me to a fun community for sharing poetry. Instead of being a gloomy week, this week is merely fabulous. I'm so happy to read people's poems and comments. Plus, awards from a really nice blogger: Jingle. 🙂 Here are my awards: The Outstanding Poet … Continue reading My Awards 😉

[Hello Japan!] Haiku Riddles, anyone?

This is my second post on Haiku as my July's Hello Japan! mini challenge entry. While searching for Haiku examples, I found out that (as quoted from, "Some Haiku make great riddles or puns." Hm, riddle? That is quite interesting, ne? Do we all need a fun way to train our brain? So, why … Continue reading [Hello Japan!] Haiku Riddles, anyone?

[Hello Japan!] Haiku Buru-buru

I have been waiting. For this time to come at last. Hello Japan! post. This is my first attempt on joining a blog challenge. I found out this mini-challenge from Novroz's blog. And, hey, she is the winner from June round-up. Check her June's post here. Want to join the challenge? Here is the rules … Continue reading [Hello Japan!] Haiku Buru-buru


Another poetry inspired by a melody of Yoko Kanno's song. Titled "Sora" (taken from Escaflowne The Movie), this song is written in Spanish (please correct me if I'm wrong). It really intrigued me to make a tribute to it. The song itself tells us about the story of Gaia (Escaflowne's setting) and choices that wait in … Continue reading Lullaby