Vertigo, was it?


Photo : Langkawi October 2016

I saw grey,  was it my eyes? Was it the pain in my head?

My body felt so light like floating in the air, yet my head was heavy

My feet, they were wobbly I could not stay steady

I tried holding onto the wall, my hands they could not feel

I could not open my eyes, I started to see double

Did not know which one was real, I began to stumble

Was it only in my head? Or was it the pain in my head?

Everything moved really fast I could not catch up

I felt like throwing up, nothing came out

Was it the throb in my head? Or was it me that was really weak?

The grey then got darker, the doubles became worst

I fell into my deepest slumber, paralysed in the wildest forest

I lost to the pain in my head…

Was it vertigo? I would ask everytime.

Rambling in the dark

Eyes wide open

My mind wanders around

Sleepy no more, I grab my phone

And begin writing

This post you are reading.

Isn’t it great,being able to write

In the middle of the night ?

Though it is just a pointless rambling

Somewhere, someone is reading

Enough to bring smile

Before I settle, in the land full of of dreams….

Good nite 🙂

Pic : my doodle (August  2016)

Be only You

Simple rule in life :

Be yourself & Stay in love

Do, not what people want

But, the things you love

So you will always be at peace

Knowing you are being you, no one else.

Photo : focus on what really matter; my bougenvilla is blooming celebrating my recovery☺




Letting go

Tears welled up his eyes

I could understand

The feelings he tried to hide

I offered him a hug

And he cried his heart out

Letting go what was buried inside

His mind, his heart are now cleared

And we are ready to move forward
*talking to my boy after the surgery

One life…

“…. it was time to move on,

a time to appreciate all that life had given you and to strive towards health in the hopes that, one day, you too would be able to give back in whatever way you can.

You are given but one life. During your lifetime, there will be many chances and opportunities; it is these that need to be recognised for the blessings that they are, even if they come in the form of a disease, as unwelcome a gift as that may be.

Once that time comes, it will not be a period to dwell on the past, to ask, “Why me?”

Appreciate your family and friends, create the memories of a lifetime, and hope you would be able to return the kindness showered on you.”

– Idayu Maarof;  excerpt from The Doctor is Sick (2016)
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