Friday, September 26, 2008
Saat-saat ini jiwaku
Mula merasa raguAdakah benar kita
Andai tiap patah kata
Yang hanya penuh rasa
Bagaimana kita sampai ke
Titik ini yang sungguh aneh
Kemana hilangnya senyuman
Manis, tawa mesra
Ucapan kata yang istimewa?
Di persimpangan yang terakhir?
Ucapan selamat tinggal
Friday, August 15, 2008
Well, mostly I think it’s a person’s background. Or more precisely a woman’s background. Not just her family background but also her surroundings, like neighbourhood, school, work place and etc.
You can have the worst case scenario, where the man in the family is a total jerk. Maybe he is a father who is a total looser that is irresponsible and loves pushing people around. Perhaps she has a father that had always wanted a son, and ended up with daughters. Treat them second class, like they don’t deserve anything good for themselves. Sometimes fathers constantly push a daughter to compete with a male sibling.
First the daughter might be intimidated by the opposite gender, but then as she grows, she might just outgrow the fear and overcome it through a whole new perspective. They can be better than a man. The can manage without a man. They do not need a man. They feel like they can do anything, which a man can do.
Of course there is gender biasness everywhere. Not just when picking a class monitor, or during a job interview. A man is preferred rather than a woman, simply because woman is fussy. Some people might say that. But if a man is meticulous, he is respected. What’s the difference?
When a man is chosen because he is outspoken, he is just being true. But if a woman speaks the truth, she has got a bad mouth. A woman has too many strings attached. A woman is a mother, someone’s wife, someone’s daughter or daughter in law, too many obligations. A woman has maternity leave. No work but must pay.
A woman needs a longer time to do everything. She has to re-do her make-up every time after prayer. She eats slower and she walks slower. So? Why became a feminist? Because not all that had been said is true. We re-do our make up, but we don’t show up late for work because we wake up late every morning. We are diligent, we want to make up, and we wake up early. We eat longer? Most of the times, we are on diet. We walk slower? But only if we’re at the third trimester of our pregnancy.
The weird truth is, that nowadays we are sophisticated enough to ignore gender biasness. But our customs and beliefs are just moulded together in the idea that men are better than women. Even though both sex pretty much have their own unique qualities and flaws.
But hey, try imagining a man, breast feeding a baby? Not much of a view rite???
Thursday, August 14, 2008
its only abt 9...woke up for subuh, went bfarst wt my fwen mira...then sending her n dhamirah to the gate...oh.. kisasian are having deir reunion 2day...so both of them r heading to kl...nak ikut!!!
so much to do..but i decided to giv myself anthr break...[aftr last nitelaa, tgk tv] i updated my music files...stare at myself thru the webcam...now im writing then aftr dish...get bak to bisness..huhu
loads n loads of tuto to b done...
wish me luck!!!!
Wednesday, August 6, 2008
leaving me in this place
that i now
a place that stores
but none of what
you call endings
the pure anticipation
that makes me skip a
often leave me
will i ever feel
in this home
with four walls
and a roof
or maybe it is
never really is
because my home
is where my heart
but a place
yet to be discovered...
but i am nearer...
muah n umie...
she was in my dorm tyme f4 n f5...
jadi classmate time f5...
ni tgh tnggu nak g amek award[konon2 nye laa]
im sure this was a wonderful n great day for many seserians out der...
i was a wee bit saddish...coz ntah bile nak jmpe kawan2 lg...
ppl move one, the bondings fade...but one ting im sure,
the sweetest or the bitter ones...
but dey do stay..
n mine is for life...
to all seserians out der...
strive for wat u want...my prayers r wt u guys...
may all of us, achieve wat we deserve...