Monday, January 31, 2011

Animal Farm..

Salam everyone!

As for this entry i would like to introduce a classic novel, written by George Orwell. A very nice novel where animals are his main character and for this one, i would not tell the synopsis as in an essay synopsis but i choose to write a poem and this poem will tell u everything :)

 this might be the old cover..
 this one is the cover that i have
 this is the dvd cover of the story
and..another cover version of it

....and here is the poem that i wrote for this particular novel...

Animal Farm

On early March gather all the pigs,
With dogs, horses and chicks,
In the big barn they meet,
To hear what the Old Major wants to speak,
Which he had dream in his sleep.

There he gives humans’ habits,
That makes the animal think a little bit,
Old major died in peace,
Mr. Jones needs to be abolished.

Seven commandments are now to be read,
Which also need to be learn by heart,
Everyone should now play their part,
No more play but just work hard,
Like Boxer and his sweetheart.

Everything seems to be fine,
Not until the two swine,
Quarrel to get the highest post,
So that they will able to host,
The only farm that they love the most!

All the animals work like a slave,
But something is in the maze,
Napoleon started to behave strangely,
That makes the animals acted awkwardly,
But Squealer had always been busy,
To convince the dizzy.

Windmill is in failure,
And Snowball is being blame,
Then someone came,
Which had a trade with Napoleon the vain,

Everything started to be in mess,
Everyone will now just hope for bless,
This is just a simple test,
That will give the animals the best!

Happy Reading! 
Till we meet again!
Assalamualaikum.. :)

Another Untitled Poem

This one is written in Critical Appreciation class where we need to come out with 8 poems which we were given the theme before hand. so this one i bet i put it under the first love theme which to be honest its not related to any first love story of mine but i wrote in a sense that people get hurts during their first love.. so i somehow wrote this poem in the sense of being realistic and may be with some essence of altruistic.

Yesterday was a history,
and it's not misery,
you were still around,
and Merry still go round,
i danced like no one see,
i live like there's only u n me,
i dreamed of how it will always be..
Sudden thunders strikes across heart,
which means u n me are now apart,
i now, no longer your baby,
no one to be called as honey,
no one to be pampered as bunny..
i miss your face,
and i know you are at the ace,
Happy coming fortune,
where only me know the tune...

The image i bet show some kind of pen off situation where instead of putting down your pen, u actually take off ur spectacles and put it on the table...

Happy Reading!

Till we meet again!
Assalamualaikum.. :)

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Does My Head Look Big in This??

Salam everyone!

okay.. for this entry i would like to introduce to the readers(people who read novels), especially to every Muslim girls.. to read this novel which i personally think that it is witty, fantastically absorbing tale shows that if u want to achieve something, you will get it if u willing to take all the upcoming risks.. because i believe that u can always change your future.. :)

                               this is the front cover that i have

                             ... and this one is another version of it..

Well the novel is written by Randa Abdel-Fattah who is a Muslim author who works as a lawyer and lives in Sydney.. this novel is basically about sixteen-year-old Amal who makes the decision to start wearing the hijab full- time and everyone has a reaction towards her brave decision. She said that it is easier to walk naked in the public than to cover her head because everyone would start staring at her like an alien. Her parents, her teachers, her friends, people on the street give different reaction towards the change she made.

But she stands by her decision to embrace her faith and all that it is, even if it does make her a little different from everyone else. But than again she successfully handle the taunts of "nappy head," the prejudice of her classmates, and still attract the cutest boy in school. Brilliantly funny and poignant, Randa Abdel-Fattah's debut novel will strike a chord in all teenage readers, no matter what their beliefs.

So, what else are you waiting for. Grab one. I promise you this one is very different. Have nice try!

Till we meet again!!
Happy Reading..!! <3

It is still untitled..

salam everyone!
its a poem written by me which i have no idea whats the title...

 in the gloomy silent darkness night,
star stop blinking notting cried solemn bright,
whisper moon,
there will be no light tonight,
as sun fade away with priceless precious pride,
it gets far away,
bound with echoes of silence,
lodge in where no one can ever find or learn,
sometimes her heart groping for the hapiness,
sometimes her heart wrenching for the gayness,
but only sorrow could be the correct exact answer,
because tonight.. is still silent and no light...


Salam everyone!!

Ok,,, for this entry i would like to promote all of u to read this novel! it entice me long time ago but it was famous when the movie was published last year.. so people get to know the novel better but im pretty sure some refused to grab it.. im not sure whats the reason but i hope ull get one after u read this slight preview of the whole chapters. (kalau nak pinjam mine pon u r welcome to do so hee) and yeah it was written by an American author name Elizabeth Gilbert.

                                    this is the front cover..

So basically, this novel is about a 32 years old, Elizabeth Gilbert was educated, had a home, a husband, and a successful career as a writer. However, she was unhappy in her marriage. She spent most of her night crying on her bathroom floor. After separating from her husband(divorce), which he contested, she embarked on a rebound relationship which continued for some time but did not work out, leaving her devastated and alone.

Afterwards, while writing an article on yoga vacations in Bali, Gilbert met a ninth-generation medicine men who told her she would one day come back and study with him. After finalizing her difficult divorce, Gilbert spent the next year traveling around the world. The trip was paid for in advance with a book deal from the publisher.

She spent four months in Italy, eating and enjoying life (Eat). She spent four months in India, finding her spirituality (Pray). She ended the year in Bali, looking for some "balance" of the two and found love (Love) in the form of a dashing Brazilian factory owner.

So.......... what are u waiting for.. read!! Let us make the habit of reading as a therapy for the heart! (instead of shopping kan.. eventhough the temptation of shopping is something that u cant let go.. hehe)

Till we meet again! ENJOY <3 

Life is Like a Library Owned by the Author :)


I purposely create this blog.. the only reason why i found it interesting to have one is simply because i would like to share my thought. everyone does right?  but ill make sure that most of my entries will be talking about novels, books and of course my passion towards poems.. but yeah of course i will write something about life, religion, about current issues (so that u n me are aware of whats happening around us), about love, friendship, food, and not to forget about family..  :) i hope, YOU will be waiting for these..

Till we meet again!
Assalamualaikum! :)