Fairytale

I wish I am a princess...sleeping
   waiting for a kiss from a prince to wake me up
Instead of waking up by the loud voice of my mother .

I wish I am a princess...getting ready for the ball
   with a beautiful ballgown and a glass slipper
Instead of wearing an old fashioned dress and a rubber slipper.

I wish I am a princess...with a golden long hair
    letting it down will appear my prince
Instead of letting down my hair appear a silver gray hair. 

I wish I am a princess...with a beautiful singing voice
     can walked on land for the sake of love
Instead of seeing the man I loved walking  away from me.

I wish I am a princess...
      waiting for a prince to rescue me.

But I am not a princess
   And my life is not a fairytale.

Who’s at fault?

“You’ve loved me too much that broke your heart too deeply. You said, you will never going to marry the woman who broke your heart. Is it my loss or yours?…”

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Artwork by Alessandro Gottardo aka Shout

Imagecredit: https://www.facebook.com/berlinartparasites

The tale of two mothers

Once upon a sunny day, in my daily life as a passenger of LRT (Light Rail Transit). I came across two pairs of mother and son, both at age 6 or 7. They were sitting on my left side  and the other pair on my right.

Usually if a passenger accompany a child, they were supposed to sit on a designated area for passengers with children, PWD (Person with disability), senior citizens and pregnant women.

But both mothers chose to stay on a regular seat.

As the train starts to leave from the first station, I overheard the mothers talking to their sons.

The mother on my left was whispering to her son saying, “Go to sleep”. But the child said, “I’m not sleepy”. Then the mother said, “just pretend you’re sleeping so that no one will require you to stand up. This is why I chose to stay here instead of the designated area where we should be.”

Meanwhile on the other side.

The boy on my right side was talking to her mother saying, “Mom, why do we sit here instead of the area where we should be?”…  Because there will be more passengers deserved to be seated there instead of us” replied by the mother.

 

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credits: Google

 

 

 

Once upon a time

Once upon a time there was...
A fairy who likes to tinker. 
A princess whose as white as snow.
A queen who wants to "let it go".

Cinderella never asked for a prince
Elsa and Anna don't need a man to save them
Pocahontas didn't have a happy ending.

Jasmine kissed a villain
Maleficent was a princess that never saved 
Eugene was brought by a horse to Rapunzel, not destiny

Fairy tales are true
Yes they do come true
In our real world.

 

the story continues

***photocredittoGoogle

Letting things done…

“Man suffers only because he takes seriously what the gods made for fun.” -Alan Watts-

“Muddy water is best cleared by leaving it alone.”

Have you ever heard the phrase: “The more you try, the less likely you are to succeed.”? We shouldn’t force things, life simply needs to happen.