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Pot

Pot

~ Hikari Yori

Temperature increases gradually
Boil! Boil!
Hot! Hot!
Smoke escalates

Choo! Choo!
Please turn off the fire
Help! Help!
Somebody help me
The kettle pleads

~ Tojiru Yoshiko

What is our point of time to realize our weaknesses?
Needing God’s grace through Lord Jesus Christ
Begging our Lord for mercy

~ Hikari Yori


Inspiration On: Monday, 19 August 2013 at 5:23pm
Inspiration Ends On: Tuesday, 20 August 2013 at 6:42pm

Hikari Yori
Thinking the point of time in our lives found the acronym of Pot.

Tojiru Yoshiko
When I read Yori’s poetry, the image of kettle shouted for help appeared in my mind. But I also use pot to boil water.

Hazy Smell

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Buildings, trees and roads are blurry
Haze envelops the white blue sky
Sky is foggy with smelly haze
Hazy surges from the smoke
Smoke of burnt flames
Flaming the leafs
Leafs grown on
The trees
F
L
O
W
N
From the
Neighbouring countries
Affecting the weather
Weather affect the people
People to get allergy and sickness
Sickness tend to spread to other people
Unless actions are taken to stop
This smelly foggy haze from
Affecting the environment
In turn this will also
Affect the one
Who cause
This


Inspiration On: Monday, 17 June 2013 at 6:16pm
Inspiration Ends On: Wednesday, 19 June 2013 at 12am

This poetry began with, “hazy” and “surge”. Gradually, as the haze was increasing and came out of the news, more inspirations flowed out. Then I was reminded of Proverbs 28:10 where its context is between verse 9 to 11 speaking, “If anyone turns a deaf ear to My instruction, even their prayers are detestable. Whoever leads the upright along an evil path will fall into their own trap, but the blameless will receive a good inheritance. The rich are wise in their own eyes; one who is poor and discerning sees how deluded they are.

A Picky Husband

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A wife seldom cooks food with oil due to her concern to eat healthily. So also seldom cook fried food. A dish of steamed tofu, steamed fish, and even baked prawn without greasing oil. Everyday, she drinks a cup of low-fat with high-calcium milk.
She is quite an opposite of her husband who loves to eat tasty food without considering whether the ingredients will affect his well-being. He hates milk and refuses to take vitamin pills. Her son states that her mum cooking deteriorates. All day, he comments the food’s taste is not salty enough and even not sour enough. Finally, he participates in the kitchen preparation. He remarks that in order to make a tasteful and refined dish, there is no need to bother whether the consumed food is harmful for the body. He even laughs her for always drinking milk, but his body is stronger than her though he smokes.
One day, his sore throat worsens a lot until he is scared causing him to stop smoking. Around one month later, he doesn’t feel well and decides to take a full body medical check up. He brings his wife along to do the same as him. One week later, the report shows his bone calcium is lacking and mild high blood pressure. It is quite a contrast with his wife whose bone calcium is high and her hereditary diabetes is under control. Ultimately, he forces himself to gulp vitamins and sometimes milk.
The moral of the story is
Stop criticising people.
Listen to advises.
Reflect your own words and actions before criticising others.
Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath
                                                                                                                  (James 1:19 KJV)