Tuesday, April 9, 2013

A to Z: H is for Hunt... and an Award


Here is a poem inspired by poetic asides:

Hunt for Decisions

At any age
you'll have things to go after
and things coming to you
you have to choose
to do what is right for you
or right for others
(maybe wrong for you).


If you're still here, yesterday D. VonThaer awarded me with an award. I'm just going to make this simple and only answer the 11 questions. If you look around my blog you'll quickly find 11 facts about me. I'll only tag a few people: Zara, Megan, Sania, Sarah.

1. Where would you like to travel? Everywhere! But right now I just want to go back to Malaysia.
2. If you were a superhero what would your superpower be? I kind of have the superpower of a psychic.
3. What was your first car? N/A. But I could say Honda, since I'm practicing in one.
4. Who is your favorite author? I have no idea, I'm a bookworm!
5. Do you prefer cold weather or warm weather? In between.
6. When was the last time you built a snowman? Back in middle school.
7. Who is your favorite actor or actress? I don't have one.
8. At what age did you start writing or drawing? I remember writing a poem when I was a toddler, but didn't seriously start until 7th grade.
9. What do you enjoy most about your art? Everything, I get to express who I am.
10. Who would you like to see in concert? I have no idea.
11. Do you know anyone you would take a bullet for? My family.

-Fida Islaih
{all writing is copyrighted}

4 comments:

Sania Heba said...

Thank you Fida. I'm still working on my "I" post. In need of some inspiration.
Lovely poem once again.
What are you doing for "I"?

Fida Islaih said...

I don't know what I'm doing for I. For fun, I might do my last name. And thanks, Sania!

Christine Rains said...

Great poem. It's so true that you have to hunt after what's right for you.

Sonnia J. Kemmer said...

Sometimes, I just let the course of life meet me. I hunted for myself for years. When I stopped hunting, what I've searched for found me. :-)

New follower here.

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