Le Kiss

Echoes of the desert
Cry of a wolf
Thrill of chaos
This body next to yours

Gentle touch of your lips
Your arms wrap to mine
Sensational feeling
Keep the fire burning

Whispers of eternity
Moon shines on you and me
Under the starry night
Let this dream come true tonight

But there is nothing we can do
Letting go is all we can pull through
Sweet dreams of an autumn bliss
Longing for that true love’s kiss


The day I shed two tears

I remember that day you took that flight. It was the day it bruised my heart and broke me apart.

I do not want to see you go. For my love for you has grown. Loving you is worth the risk.

It has been a while since I last saw you. I want you here next to me. Whisper words I so want to hear. In peaceful dream I can still see you. Singing sweet songs to keep you in my mind. Let me feel your heart beat again. I long to share the sunrise with you. To say how much I love you.

It is crazy how this girl’s heart can love so much.

For that day you left was when the day I wept.

Love me or let me go

Promises of tomorrow

Enduring the pain

Nothing was gain

Keep the water still

Sailing calmly, I will

Memory of the past

This thing has to last

Letting go is all that is left

Rain has fallen as I wept

Coping without you over the years

I remember that day i shed two tears


Which came first, the chicken or the egg?

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Here’s an insight from the quality chicken who is positive that she came first before the egg.

Which came first?

The chicken or the egg?

The dilemma goes on and on.

After a delightful conversation with a friend about an age-old question on ” Which came first, the chicken or the egg?”, it occurred to me that even people with great minds can end up twisted with this infinite loop question. We can choose to engage in a long complex debate all day but will never come up with a definite answer. Instead it will wind up igniting a next silly fight and possibly a make-up sex.

What is rather appealing is the provoking sense of the question that opens a can of worms. It invites us to reason and think of what could be the possible answer.

One can choose to be scientific or philosophical, but the answer no longer matters as you have fallen for the bait of reasoning. The different answers suggest that everyone has different ideas and point of view. This question is designed that way. So don’t even try to argue – your brain will only hurt.

As for me, I am positive that I came first – simply because I believe so.

The trip down to Phillip Island

The epic road trip to Phillip Island rounded up my Australia escapade.  A 2-hour ride away from Melbourne, the unrivaled beauty of Phillip Island never cease to disappoint a nature lover.  No wonder it is one of the top tourist destinations in Australia and probably the world.  Even though I missed the Great Ocean Road, that is often reviewed as one of the world’s great scenic drives, the view from the other side of the island was equally picturesque.

I was so amazed with the scenic view that my eyes could not believe that such place exist.

The trip was a unique wildlife experience for me too.  The visit to see koalas, wallabies, kangaroos, dingoes, Tasmanian devils (not as looney as Bugs Bunny’s friend), and many other animals were particularly exciting – specially for a first timer like me.

The Nobbies Center is at the end of Phillip Island. It takes about 15 minutes to walk around the board walk but might take a little longer if you want to enjoy the scenery.  It was simply breath taking.  The birds were flying very low hovering just a few feet over my head that I can almost grasp them.

Before night fall, we had to leave the island and head to Melbourne for me to take a flight back to Dubai.  It was unfortunate that I had to skip the famous Little Penguin Parade.  It was however a good excuse for me to come back.

swamped with kangaroos

Surrounded with kangaroos

feeding the wallabie

Feeding a wallabie


I am a dog lover, but dingoes are an exception. The dingo is legendary wild dog generally considered in Australia as pests.  They scavenge rabbits, rodents, birds and lizards.  They also eat fruits and plants and even humans.

greeted by kangaroo

This mommy kangaroo wanted to say hi.  A kangaroo is an iconic animal of Australia next to the koala.  A baby kangaroo is called joey.


A scenic view of the ocean and the horizon.

rainbow at Noobies Center 1

Rainbow spotted at Noobies Center

birds fly low

Birds fly low

scenic view

Another scenic view from Noobies Center