<a href=”http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/never-too-late/”>Never Too Late</a>
Back to the days of kites
brought freedom and might
The higher I flew,
the farther my sight
made my future bright.
It’s A Good Thing I’m Not Born Today
Back to the days of streets
Where real friends
I truly met.
of the sun’s heat,
As long as I played
using both my hands and feet.
It’s A Good Thing I’m Not Born Today
<a href=”http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/good-tidings/”>Good Tidings</a>
These are some of the building structures at Balad, Jeddah, KSA.
My share for Wordpress Daily Prompt with the theme “we built this city”.
Blue is my favorite color since I was a child. And this song from Michael Johnson was once my favorite song to sing during happy nights with my friends before while having some good times in front of an ice-cold beer. Cheers to those happy memories.
But I’m bluer than blue
Sadder than sad
You’re the only light
This empty room has ever had
Life without you is gonna be
Bluer than blue
This post is my share for today’s wordpress daily prompt with the theme “always something there to remind me”.
I’ve gone to school
they taught us numbers;
Figures and equations
I couldn’t even remember;
all the inches and meters;
All year long
every given semester;
Graduation at last
counted a lot of beers;
But then when at work
All I need are my fingers.
This series of photos is a part of my first day of trying my Fuji X100s on street photography. I’ve done it in my hometown’s market area. Generally, I love it a lot. The X100s gave me all kinds of comfort as street photographer.
But this post is not about my experience or a review about my camera. It’s not my kind of thing. This is about a usual scene in a market that sometimes we also do unconsciously. It’s all about butts.
So, next time you go to market be aware of bending forward your body, a crazy bored photographer might be taking a photo behind you. 😀
I was born not that poor. My parents were making a living just enough to provide us with our daily needs. I could remember that we used to recycle things found around us and turn it to toy cars and toy guns aside from the traditional kid’s games in my country. We have no television, so I have to visit our neighbor just to watch some shows. But I never regret it. I have a wonderful childhood. I’m a great tree climber. Had fun catching small fishes in a creek. Exhaust all my energy following dragonflies and developed techniques on how to catch them by their tails. And so much more kids stuff. I had fun.
But if I’ll be asked what I would like to add on my childhood. It’s to visit Disneyland. More kids now are so lucky that their parents let them experience a kind of fun that they didn’t experience as a child.
I am surprised as I saw today’s Daily Prompt entitled on the road. Although its main objective is to show bloggers about “travel”, I still want to share this photo of mine taken from the streets of Baclaran, Manila, Philippines.
This might be a good literal cover photo for today’s theme, “On The Road”.
Here in Saudi Arabia, you can see a lot of things like this things abandoned in an empty lot.
In life, oftentimes our place in society depends on what kind of chair we sat upon. In offices, the manager has a better kind of chair than a simple employee. Kings have their own kind too. Look around. You can see people’s society status by simply looking on what kind of chair they’re using.
In life, we don’t have to change ourselves, only get better. We need to improve but keep who we really are. So aim for a better and improved quality chair, but don’t change how you sit. It’s you. You’re unique.