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Playing switch on off button
Switching light on then off and repeat
It again in order to
Amaze and soothe his or her cries
But it will lead the
Baby to turn out to take pleasure
In touching buttons without knowing
Its electrical danger upon oneself

Running around the house to
Play power switch buttons at the surroundings
Wherever baby can find at
His sight, without realizing its danger implication

Whenever remove baby from touching
Baby will be irritated, annoyed, infuriated, and
Smoke emerged out from head
He or she is fumed with anger!
From sob turns to weeping
From weeping to wailing then to shriek
And finally to shouting in
order to get his or
her way even though to no avail
Hence, history repeats itself daily.


Inspiration On: Monday, 30 January 2012
Revised On: Tuesday, 31 January 2012 at 4:27am

The caregiver of my baby plays the lights’ buttons in order to entertain my eight months old baby. Now, my baby is nineteen months often getting near the buttons to touch it. So this reminded me of the consequence of sin mentioned in Numbers 5:30-31; 9:12-14; 18:21-23; 30:14-16; Ezekiel 16:57-59; 23:34-36,48-49; 44:9-13.

About Yoshiko

I'm a housewife. My hobby is listening to music, watching movies and dramas, read Manga, and drawing. I enjoy watching Asian movies and dramas such as Japanese, Hong Kong, and Korean. Inspiration comes through my emotions and when I pursue my hobbies. How I wish my Song Lyrics can become a song. And I wish to learn piano, but I don't have the time as now I have a baby. Now, he is a cute and active four years toddler.

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  1. Reblogged this on The Amber of the Moment and commented:
    I love how his has very gentle allusion in it- it’s very relatable (I know that I’ve seen my nieces and nephews do this) and it kind of hits you in the face with the quaint imagery juxtapositioned right next to a pretty heavy kind of lesson. I love poems like these that just make you smile and then, right at the end of the poem, make you feel kind of horrible for smiling. It’s a brilliant turnaround.

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