One Day

A poem I wrote way back, June 09, 2008.




One day, I saw a dazzling light Shining down on me

It was astonishing but I can’t remember exactly what it looks like

The next thing I knew, I am seeing color of flesh

A color of flesh that I will never forget until the final day of my life;

Because those are the colors of the one who loves me most

on my first day on earth…

My Parents.

One day, I saw little things with charming colors;

It was amusing and makes my time fly…

My toys.

One day I saw a bright smile and someone asked my name;

We exchanged laughter and shared colorful fantasies…

She became a friend.

My Friend.

One day, I saw a beautiful colored board

Where I learned how to use all the letters that I am using right now;

It was my first day at School.

One day, I saw the town painted in Red;

It was full of hearts and the feeling is great

Where all I can see is exquisiteness in world that surrounds me;

I am in love.

And then

One day, I reflected 23 years of my life…

I have not yet seen all the colors and patiently waiting for what colors

Of life awaits me.

But I am afraid that…

One day, I will see nothing but life has fade away

And colors are no longer there…


Ten Blogging Commandments

I want to share to you one of my blog entries way back (October 14, 2008) to be exact, lifted from my multiply account 🙂


“It is essential that Christians make the most of it because we believe we have good news that is as relevant to those in cyberspace as it is for those in real space.”

Ten commandments for bloggers

1 You shall not put your blog before your integrity

2 You shall not make an idol of your blog

3 You shall not misuse your screen name by using your anonymity to sin

4 Remember the Sabbath day by taking one day off a week from your blog

5 Honour your fellow-bloggers above yourselves and do not give undue significance to their mistakes

6 You shall not murder someone else’s honour, reputation or feelings

7 You shall not use the web to commit or permit adultery in your mind

8 You shall not steal another person’s content

9 You shall not give false testimony against your fellow-blogger

10 You shall not covet your neighbour’s blog ranking. Be content with your own content.



my take:

In this world of fast-track technology and almost virtual anonymity in cyber space, we should always remember not only our manners and right conduct but also our humanity.