Sunday, 2 August 2009

B. I . T. C. H

Wen u see me
u smile and wave at me
You pretend that
you are my so-called
best friend.....
But the next day,
u wear the same outfit
as i did the other day
and u tell me
its pure coincidence
You start liking
the same guys i do
and yet u still deny
You judge me,
but i prove you wrong
You never pay for your meals
telling that you forgot
your cash or your credit card
You lie, u spread rumours
Your comments are either rude
or sarcastic,
But I don't give a damn
'coz i know u'll never be me
and you know you could
never change anything about me
And deep inside
you know its true
You hate me 'cause
you see in me
everything you cannot be
I may not be better
than everyone,
but I'm sure as hell
better than you!
but i wonder when you'll stop
acting like such a BITCH...

Thursday, 30 July 2009

yOu MaKe Me sMiLe....

when i see your name
and when your call came
when i see your text,
i wonder what you'll do next
when you touch my hand
i know you understand
when you look at me
i couldnt disagree
your name, your style
and just you....
make me smile
you really do....

Monday, 20 July 2009

wHeN yOu LeFt

Staring into the night
All alone ....
but that's alright
I Tried to be strong,
but reality was too harsh;
To love was easy,
but to leave was too hard.
Tried to explain
All those sorrow and pain;
I wanted to keep them
close to my heart...
I see you in my dreams
Every night and day,
I run to be in your loving arms
But you slowly walked away.
leaving your footsteps behind

Wednesday, 8 July 2009

HeRe ToDaY, gOnE tOdAy. GoNeToO sOoN.

It seemed cruel in the very suddenness of it, harsh in the abruptness of its reminder that there are no guarantees and that the next breath — the very next breath — cannot be taken for granted. Here today, gone today. Gone too soon. Jackson’s death left those of us who grew up with him groping for resolution, words of summation in a moment when words of all kinds are elusive as smoke….

We've just learned Michael Jackson has died. He was 50. Michael suffered a cardiac arrest earlier this afternoon at his Holmby Hills home and paramedics were unable to revive him. Seems that when paramedics arrived Jackson had no pulse and they never got a pulse back. A cardiologist at tells TMZ Jackson died of cardiac arrest.
Once at the hospital, the staff tried to resuscitate him but he was completely unresponsive.

The 50-year-old musical superstar died Thursday 25 June 2009, just as he was preparing for what would be a series of 50 concerts starting July 13 at London’s famed 02 arena. Jackson had been spending hours and hours toiling with a team of dancers for a performance he and his fans hoped would restore his tarnished legacy to its proper place in pop.

Harrowing leaked autopsy details show the singer was a virtual skeleton — barely eating and with only pills in his stomach at the time he died. His hips, thighs and shoulders were riddled with needle wounds — believed to be the result of injections of narcotic painkillers, given three times a day for years. And a mass of surgery scars were thought to be the legacy of at least 13 cosmetic operations!

Jackson's golden casket — crowned by a magnificent spray of red flowers, was laid for him to rest at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills. His casket was buried just a few feet away from the remains of his long-dead career. Jackson's mother is to be the temporary guardian of the singer's three children — Prince Michael Jr., 12; Paris-Michael Katherine, 11; and Prince Michael II, 7.

No joke. King of Pop is no more…

R.I.P Michael Jackson(1958-2009)

Sunday, 19 April 2009

EaRtH hOuR 2009

Earth hour’ is a global initiative supported by the World Wild life Fund (WWF) to raise awareness about global warming and climate change. The World Scout Association has pledged to support this program and as such all member countries would be taking active part in this program.

This campaign started in 2007 in Australia where over two million people participated. This number increased to over fifty million in the proceeding year: and this year marks the first time the Maldives would be participating in this global celebration. The aim of this year is to seek the participation of one billion people: one billion people to vote for the Earth and against global warming.

‘Earth Hour 2009’ calls upon all lights (unless they are absolutely necessary) to be turned off from 20:30 – 21:30 hrs on the 28 of March 2009. Every switch that is turned off for this moment would be considered as a vote for Earth and a vote saying no to global warming. The basic aim of this program, besides raising awareness, is to reduce the consumption of electricity and with it the use of fossil fuels and its corresponding release of greenhouse gases.

The organizers of ‘Earth Hour 2009’ would like to see the participation of as many people as possible. Your votes would be presented to world leaders gathering at Copenhagen for the Conference on Climate Change later this year. This is your opportunity to have your voices and concerns regarding climate change heard on a global platform.

The Scout Association of Maldives in close collaboration with the Ministry of Housing, Transport and Environment is taking the lead in organizing this event in Maldives. Many programs across the country has been planned to mark the event and reach across to as many people as possible. This is an opportunity for all to take individual action in combating climate change. To make this a successful event and to show the world how much of a concern climate change is to the Maldivians, the active participation from all government sectors, individuals, NGOs, private and public sector, resorts and schools is required.

Across the world ‘’Earth Hour’ has become a time to celebrate with family and loved ones, spreading information about the issue. As such during ‘Earth Hour 2009’ a variety show has been planned at the Artificial Beach Area. The Scout Association of the Maldives strongly urges all islands to plan such an event, gathering the local community to mark this historic event. The Ministry of Home Affairs has assured the full support of all Island Offices, and the Ministry of Education has also rendered its full support on behalf of all School in Maldives for this event.