Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Kuarantin H1N1

Kolaj KHAR mula dikuarantin pada jam 1.25 pagi tadi....

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Old times..

I will never forget all of you all Asasians..
You all will always be in my heart especially Amri and Aidin..

Saturday, July 11, 2009


Dah dekat 3 minggu aku di UPSI Tanjung Malim, Perak.
Pengalaman yg sama sperti mggu MMS di UiTM shah alam dlu..
Masuk minggu pertama kuliah, mmg excited gler ar...
Nk jmpa geng2 TESL.. Laki 5 owg, pmpuan dkat2 53 owg..huhuhu
Dahla tu, smua bdak2 pmpuan TESL ni cun2 belaka...
Nk dijadikan cerita, dpa smua ni pi pilih aku jadi ketua sem 1 plak...
Letih oooo jd ketua nih..
Tapi xpa ar, bleh gak aku latih diri aku menangani budak2 nnti...
Nanti bla2 aku sambung lagi..
nk pi tidoq ni...letih...

Monday, June 15, 2009

To Pajid & Amri

Dah nama pun ajaq for3, mstila BI, xkanla fizik plak amri ooiii...
Mmg control hbis ar..

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Kenangan Terindah Semasa Cuti.. :-)

Assalamualaikum, hahai.
Benda ni mmg kenangan terindah bagi aku.
Start 31 hrbln Mei sampaila 11 Jun lepas, aku dipanggil mnjadi cikgu tusyen kt sekolah lama aku, yakni SMK Kota Kuala Muda.
Idea ni sebenarnya dicetuskan oleh aku (panggil ex student jd cikgu)..
Brapa hrbulan ntah Teacher Haliza call aku.
Katanya aku diperlukan untuk Program Peningkatan Prestasi Pelajar PMR semasa cuti penggal sekolah.
Aku pun terima ar...bkan pa, untuk cari pengalaman.
Hari pertama aku masuk kelas mmg ar cuak hbis.
Berpeluh satu badan.
Tapi bila tengok students dgn aku pun okay, aku mula bersemangat.
Aku punya cara mengajar simple ja. "Time belajaq,kita belajaq. Time main, kita main."
Masuk hari kedua dan seterusnya aku dah xcuak lg dah..
Rasa best lagi ada ar...
Aku anggap smua students aku macam adik aku sndiri, yelakan, beza umur 5 tahun ja..
Lani smuanya dah hbis. Aku puntetiba ja rindu kt depa smua.
Harap2 bleh jmpa lg dpa smua nih.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Never Give Up

What a poor, impoverished world it would be that had no weeds to defy man's narrow idea of order or to suggest new possibilities to our too-limited minds. Who can calculate the strength we receive when we see and identify with a dandelion growing from a crack in the sidewalk to bloom brightly amid adversity? It makes me feel that I should be capable of just a bit more, when I see what weeds accomplish on what little they receive.

The fact that we were a free people, that we were not a military nation, brought upon us the contempt and ridicule of some of the great armed powers, because they thought we were helpless. They did not understand that underlying this apparent peacefulness, in this great land, there was a fixed determination that men should be free: that God himself had written it, as it were, by his own finger, in the Constitution of our great government.

Not only does inspiration from the Lord compensate for want of facts; it also induces men by self-discipline, to conform in their personal conduct and in their dealings one with another to the highest standards they know. In other words, it gives men the capacity which distinguishes wisdom from knowledge.

Sometimes, if you stand on the bottom rail of a bridge and lean over to watch the river slipping slowly away beneath you, you will suddenly know everything there is to be known.

Courage is not the towering oak that sees storms come and go; it is the fragile blossom that opens in the snow.

Fall seven times, stand up eight.

We live by encouragement and die without it - slowly, sadly, angrily.

Never Ever Give Up Because Every Problem There Must Be A Solution For It...

Friday, May 8, 2009

My Gift To You

My Gift To You
by Lonely Shadow

I live through my dark existence
only to bask in your beauty
your eyes that shine like sapphires
your smile that brightens even my sad existence
I envy the wind that runs through your hair
that touches your lips
I long to touch you
to hold you in my arms but I cannot
for your heart belongs to another
so, I can only love you from afar
your friendship means more to me
than anything this world provides
but like an angel you touched my heart
in a way that I've never felt before
cause I've never known what love is until this day
I know that we are only friends
but my heart wishes it to be more
so I will still hope and dream
that one day I can feel your lips pressed to mine
to hold you in my arms and say, "I love you"

Can We Still Be Friends?

Can We Still Be Friends?
by Kathleen Sheppard

I was cold and hurting
lost out in the night
wandering and searching
for heaven's light

I saw the night sky clearing
when you spread your rainbow wings
But little did I know
what joy you would bring

From that moment on
a friendship did start
you kissed away my tears
and sheltered my heart

I bless the day God
sent him from above
But then I grew fearful
for I had fallen in love

I told you this feeling
and what did you say?
You said you liked our friendship
and that's how it would stay

I cried for a friendship I thought I lost
But then felt your warm, gentle hand
You then whispered in my ear
that by my side you'll forever stand

And Where Were You?

And Where Were You?
by Valerie

I never thought I'd see this day,
I never thought I'd feel this way,
You...a stranger to me now.
I'm left with emptiness...
I wish I knew how it could be,
That we were once so open and free.
You were like my brother.. yet so much more
I wish I would have seen what I see now before.
For, I did not and it's too late...
My friend, my lover once, is now unknown.
And what hurts the most is I now know..
What I lost.. and I'm alone.
To face a challenge life has sent,
And not a moment with you I've spent.
I hope one day I can forgive you, my friend..
I miss you....
Why did you go?

Losing A Piece Of My Soul

Losing A Piece Of My Soul
by Jasmine Johnston

I came to you the hour I was in pain
Looking for answers, I cried to you in vain.

I shared the many skeletons hiding in my heart,
I knew then you'd be my friend,
I knew it from the start.

Troubles ran like rivers, flowing through my life,
You picked the pieces up and help me through my strife.

When home wasn't home to me no more,
You opened up your heart, and opened up the door.

We cried into night until the early morn.
We solaced each other's pain and shared our many thorns.

As time flew, the air grew thick,
I saw our friendship fading, and my heart grew sick.

The day had arrived,
When it was time to say goodbye.

Now I sit alone,
reminiscing the past I'd blown.

Quiet Emotions

Quiet Emotions
by Judy Burnette

I always wanted more from you
than you were willing to give;
So now we've gone our separate ways
each with different lives to live.

The bond will always be there
the friendship always intact;
But the time for us has come and gone
and the pages of time, you can't turn back.

I will always be a friend to you
and wonder how you are;
The smiles and laughter I will remember
and our fights have become painless scars.

Sometimes on those busy days
when you've a thousand things to do;
Please let me glide slowly through your mind
and spend some time with you.

In that quiet moment
when you're surprised to find me there;
Just remember even with the distance between us
I am still someone who cares.


by Dan McDonald

An echo fades into the night,
an eerie mournful sound.
A shooting star disappears from sight,
and I crumble to the ground.
There is no life within this garden;
my sobs are the only sound.
I have poisoned the honeyed fountain
where your love could be found.

Dazed, I stare at the stars above,
my grieving howls fill the night!
Unintended betrayal of love
has hidden you from my sight.
I remember how it used to be
when we shared our fears and delights.
You are a treasured friend to me.
How can I make things right?

Feeling afraid, cold and lonely,
I long to tell you how I feel,
but you don’t want to hear me.
The pain for you is much too real.
Should I back away and build a wall
and block away how I feel?
Or, should I give you a call?
We both need some time to heal.

An echo fades into the night
as our friendship disappears.
How do I know what is right?
How can I ease my fears?
If I do call you again,
would the old wounds reappear?
I can’t stand to cause you pain.
Hurting you again is my worst fear!

The Forever Friend

The Forever Friend
by Artur Hawkwing

On my own, but mostly the savannah,
Where the tumbleweeds fade away and die,
Before the glassy sun burns a summer of crystals,
The glistering waters of the high seas
Of which was so far a place as of where vultures roam.

I looked around but you weren't anywhere...
You used to say that you would never die,
But I took the wrong meaning into my heart.

Now the sea is wild with despair,
Deep blue like a prairie of flowers blue,
Where all children of God rest in eternal peace.

I saw you at the end,
You and I, brother and sister of nature,
Brother and sister of heaven and earth,
Your usually calm and heavenly eyes full of tears,
Bitterly falling one after one into a river,
Then the river of life turned red in blood.

My eyes watched in horror.
Slowly and deadly your heart became poisoned,
You disappeared without saying good-bye,
Not a word came out of your mouth.

You became like desolation in its grave.
When once the skies were a realm of stars
And the sun shone brightly in summer skies,
You were there to share the calmness;
But now I stand here in midst of the tall grass
And only the savannah remains.

I Can See The Pain

I Can See The Pain
by Nikki

I still see your face in my dreams
It hurts and it doesn't help at all
I still want you in my life as crazy as that seems
I want you to catch me when I fall

I still remember the first time we met
There was something so different about you
Your friendship was something I wanted to get
That smile when you said hi to me was so new

Out of no where you called me on the phone
I wanted to sit there and talk to you forever
You were so new, so crazy and unknown
I just knew that our friendship would never sever

Two years and we are barely holding it together
What happened to the way this all used to be
I never wanted you out of my like ever
I sat there for a long time pretending not to see

We decided to go out and make it all all right
It didn't work out of course we knew it couldn't
We couldn't even really stand each others sight
It shouldn't end this way but it did and I shouldn't

I miss you and everything you were to me
Ten years from now we will look back on it all
We will be older and finally be able to see
That love will stand the test of time and never fall

The Dummy

The Dummy
by Michael Mack
In that forgotten part of town
Where wasted hopes and dreams abound,
A wrinkled man with life near end,
In hopes to have at least one friend,
Fashioned bits of wood and things
And made a dummy run by strings.

He sat alone for hours on end,
Conversing with his only friend
And found delight within the fact
That he controlled it's every act.
He told it how he never had
A chance, since all his luck was bad
Although he'd tried so to succeed -
The dummy nodded and agreed.

And how his journeys in romance
Had never given him a chance,
And wasn't it a crying shame
That he was always held to blame
When everyone knew, oh so well,
That life is but a living Hell,
Controlled by lust and power and greed?
The dummy nodded and agreed.

With patience that would rival saints,
That dummy sat through all complaints
And, with each little expert tug,
He'd droop his head or bow or shrug
And give some comfort to the man
Who held his lifelines in his hand
And helped to fill a lonely need
When he just nodded and agreed.

Senility increased with time
As did the old man's phantomime,
And feverish fingers pulled with glee
The dummy's dance of misery.
They never left each other's side
Until the day both stopped and died.
We found them lying, hand in hand,
The dummy - and his wooden friend.