Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Viva La Difference III - The Final Episode

Sometimes I wonder what we have so much to talk about
With all our differences and contrasts, for crying out loud
Friendship is a marvellous thing and I silently thank fate
For letting us meet and bond together, it's never too late.

Our roots are urban - south, centre and east
J.P.K. are the towns we go home to feast
Holidays and occasions they are always on our list
Home and family we can't help but miss!

Anyone who reads this will think it is funny
Believe you me , it's true but crazy
One of us is Hakka, another Hokkien
The other is Cantonese, the dialect we most comprehend.

When we stand to attention, it's like Do-Re-Mi
La Petite is at five two, anyone can see
The Beauty is tall at five and six
Duckling is at middle four, what a mix!

Food I like are always healthy and fruity
Moon usually prefers them hot and spicy
Star enjoys food that are preferably fried and crispy
Oh, and we all love Hokkien mee...black, gooey and yummy

One drinks tea - green, black, whatever kind she doesn't mind
Another loves coffee - the good black local Kopitiam kind
The other likes drinks that are either cold or icy
Medan Selera SS2 is our meeting place for ABC

One of us is a realist, very down-to-earth
Compare her to another who's a dreamer since birth
Yet another who believes in the goodness of everyone
When we get together, there's lots of arguments and fun.

To describe ourselves is not easy you know
Can sound quite unbelievable also with no pictures to show
But truth is stranger than fiction, as many will vow
My story's finito, adios now I take my bow.




*the 4th ray of the Sun*

15 Comments:

Anonymous Gary said...

i am also a dreamer ...*wink-wink*

March 21, 2006 7:43 pm

 
Blogger Cocka Doodle said...

Which one is the hakka moi?
I got poem for her. **wink**

March 21, 2006 8:38 pm

 
Anonymous Amy said...

Sunshine, why your story end so fast la..?

March 21, 2006 11:10 pm

 
Blogger sun,moon&star said...

Gary:
Dreamers are artistic people....are you too?

Cocka doodle:
Waaa, what kind of poem you got for our hakka moi?
*hak si ngai lor*

Amy:
Hehehe... all stories have to end sooner or later

March 22, 2006 1:49 am

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello? can I join anot? I am Hainanese leh...

March 22, 2006 6:06 pm

 
Anonymous Kelvin said...

Sun, the Hokkien mee at Jln 223 behind the shell petrol station have you all tried it ? it's heavenly !!!

March 22, 2006 8:22 pm

 
Anonymous Gary said...

artistic maybe...
I am in the advertising and graphic designs work.

Nice post ..Sun

March 22, 2006 11:39 pm

 
Blogger sun,moon&star said...

Anon:
Hi, nice of u to drop by. Care to let us know yr name?

Kelvin:
Yup.. we agree with u. The one in Sect 17 and Sea Park are good too.

March 23, 2006 12:23 am

 
Blogger Cocka Doodle said...

The hokkien mee at paramount garden, it's in a coffe shop (can't remeber the name) behind the caltex station. Ask for 'kah kiu' damn shiok!

March 23, 2006 6:32 pm

 
Anonymous Cindy said...

Sunshine, after reading this I understand you 3 better.

March 23, 2006 6:56 pm

 
Anonymous steven said...

Why your Viva La Difference
end so fast ? good write-up !

March 23, 2006 7:11 pm

 
Anonymous KLIA said...

Interesting & refreshing ...
3 different aspects in the blog

March 23, 2006 7:20 pm

 
Anonymous KLIA said...

Interesting & refreshing
3 different aspects in the blog

March 23, 2006 7:21 pm

 
Blogger sun,moon&star said...

Gary:
Geee... thx for the compliment

Cocka doodle:
Hmmm...Sea View Rest. rite? The hokkien mee there is good. Btw, what is 'kah kiu'?

Cindy:
So happy u understand us liao!

Steven:
That's all i can think of right now. Glad u like it... thx

klia:
Heehee... coz 3 of us maintaining one blog... newbies la

March 24, 2006 12:42 am

 
Blogger Cocka Doodle said...

Sorry! typo error. Its kah liu....extra ingredients.

March 24, 2006 1:39 am

 

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