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Why Life is so Cruel

This poem was originally posted at Hubpages and was featured at Letterpile. Reposted it in my own blog to keep track of all my works. https://letterpile.com/poetry/Why-Life-is-so-Cruel

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Why Life is so Cruel
Updated on January 29, 2018
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Never thought how life could be
As journey continues day by day
Each steps seems like in a wrong way
Why does it happen to me?


Every moment, never realize
That the soul seems like paralize
Cannot move and wanted to cry
However, tears seems like dry.


Ahh…head is like spinning
Brain is swirling like a hurricane
This heart is much aching
why all of these things are happenning?


Don’t know what to do
Direction of this life seems like limbo
Nowhere and oh,, nowhere to go
Sometimes, I wanna blame but who?


Myself? oh, it’s myself only…
Try to understand what’s going on with me
Wanted to go forward and back as I used to be
Somehow, this agony will be gone I pray.
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Hi everyone, due to the COVID-19 we experienced lockdown every part of the world. I feel the hardship of life nowadays but there are more people outthere that feel worst.

I, myself and my family still considered lucky despite the lockdown because I am still working once a week with my regular work and everyday here at home with my plants. Also, I sewed face mask and give to those who needs them around my neighborhood and friends, if anybody who reads this blog for face mask, you can absolutely ask, it’s just you cannot choose a color lolz, sorry for that. If you want to donate, I am humbly very grateful so then I can give too to the needy.

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Philodendron Golden Goddess

Philodendron Golden Goddess features striking neon-yellow. They said it is easy to grow but I, myself to not trust. I have to experience first before I believe. Like most of the Philodendron they said it is easy to grow hahaha yet most of my philodendron died despite I follow all the instructions I found on the net. So, basically it depends on everyones hand.

This plant is originated in Southern Brazil, it is one of climbing/trailing plant and of course need support when growing. Like most of the philodendron plants, it is toxic to pets when ingested.

Golden Pothos

Golden pothos (Epipremnum aureum Golden) is also known as Devil’s Ivy. This plant is from the Solomon Island. In its natural habitat this is known as a climbing vine, usually climbs on the tree trunk by its aerial roots as well as also covers the ground. The plant features abundant bright yellow-marbled foliage. The shape of the leaves are heart-shaped and shinny.

So far, I really did not like the other common name but it really doesn’t look like a devil actually this plant help release fresh oxygen which is very beneficial inside the house. In my opinion why they called this plant as Devil’s Ivy because this plant can survive anywhere mostly difficult to kill and the leaves stays the same. It grows very easy and faster especially if you keep the soil moist all the time but not saggy.

Golden pothos $6.50

Golden Pothos is a common hanging houseplant and of course I have it as my hanging curtains. I have collected several pothos and so far Golden pothos grow fast. I keep experimenting for all of my pothos which is best way to keep them grow fast and healthy yet, I found just only basic thing we can do to make the most of it… just make sure that the soil is moist all the time and proper draining pot is a must.

Genus name comes form the Greek epi meaning upon and premnon meaning a trunk in reference to its growing on tree trunks.

Specific epithet means golden.

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