A half-full pail of water,
Left by a man named Jun,
On a hot day, in a field,
Dried in the blazing sun.
The water drops rose up,
Till they reached the sky,
Which made them excited,
For they thought they couldn’t fly.
Later they flew down,
As rain drops into a stream,
Again, they were so excited,
It was just like a dream.
The stream leads to a cliff,
And becomes a waterfall,
So the water dived down,
To the base of Niagara Falls.
The water moved on,
Passing through dark tunnels,
And fell into dirty water,
Where they turned into bubbles.
They were in a big sewer,
Where there’s nowhere to go,
Day and night they were trapped,
Until again they could flow.
Then again, they traveled,
As sparkling clean water,
Flowing through dark tunnels,
And reached a water filter.
They came out cleaner,
Into a bottle, they ran,
Back to Jun, back to the fields,
And to the sky they flew again.
New Straits Times reported that there is going to be water disruptions starting tomorrow until June 20, 2013 parts of Kuala Lumpur, Gombak, Hulu Selangor and Petaling.
Nearly 74,890 residents will be effected.
Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Syabas) Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Department assistant general manager Priscillia Alfred in a press statement today said the disruptions were due to maintenance work.
“Maintenance work is to be conducted on pump no. 3 in the pump house located in Matang Pagar, Sungai Buloh, Selangor. It will take 8 hours for Priscillia Alfredthe work to be completed while the recovery period will take 48 hours.”
Please stock up water and use it prudently.
For more information, please contact (Puspel) at its toll-free number 1-800-88-5252.
On the way to Kuala Terengganu I saw
the Petronas Mountain,
the Mini Zoo Kemaman,
the Sungai Yak-yah Firefly Sanctuary in Kampung Ibok,
a railway track in Kemaman,
big big fires at the Petronas Complex in Kerteh,
the Bukit Tebuk Tunnel in Dungun and a lot of beautiful beaches.