Senin, 08 Mei 2017

R U Mine?! - Arctic Monkeys

I'm a puppet on a string
Tracy Island, time-traveling diamond
Coulda shaped heartaches
Come to find ya fall in some velvet morning-
Years too late
She's a silver lining lone ranger riding
Through an open space
In my mind when she's not right there beside me

I go crazy 'cause here isn't where I wanna be
And satisfaction feels like a distant memory
And I can't help myself,
All I wanna hear her say is "Are you mine? "

Are you mine?
Are you mine?
Are you mine?

I guess what I'm trying to say is I need the deep end
Keep imagining meeting, wished away entire lifetimes
Unfair we're not somewhere misbehaving for days
Great escape lost track of time and space
She's a silver lining climbing on my desire

And I go crazy 'cause here isn't where I wanna be
And satisfaction feels like a distant memory
And I can't help myself,
All I wanna hear her say is "Are you mine? "

Well, are you mine? (Are you mine tomorrow?)
Are you mine? (Or just mine tonight?)
Are you mine? (Are you mine? Mine?)

And the thrill of the chase moves in mysterious ways
So in case I'm mistaken,
I just wanna hear you say you got me baby
Are you mine?

She's a silver lining lone ranger riding through an open space
In my mind when she's not right there beside me
And I go crazy cause here isn't where I wanna be

And satisfaction feels like a distant memory
And I can't help myself,
All I wanna hear her say is "Are you mine? "

Well, are you mine? (Are you mine tomorrow?)
Are you mine? (Or just mine tonight?)
Are you mine? (Are you mine tomorrow, or just mine tonight?)

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The meaning of the song

There is someone who fall in love but he abandoned by a beloved, he feels going to a place far away that he doesn't want. Because feeling lonely when a loved is not there beside him. He was confused, he is it a man loves? or not? He kept want to put him.

Senin, 13 Februari 2017


Definition Nature, Nature is the natural, physical, or material world, or universe. Nature created by God. Type of nature there are several kinds of Ecosystem, Organism, Biotic, Abiotic and others. Benefits of nature, natural benefits be divided into two, namely natural resources, renewable natural resource that is not renewable. examples of natural resources that can be renewed among plants, animals, sunshine, wind, soil, water, compost and others. examples of natural resources that can not be refurbished including iron, copper, bronze, nickel, natural gas, gypsum, stone, petroleum, sulfur, carbon and others.
Natural Disaster is a disaster that occurs suddenly, not made by man but a disaster will of God. Examples of natural disasters including volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, earthquakes and others. We should keep the natural.
            I had an experience with nature. When the holidays, I and my friends went to the volcano mountain. There really is natural, despite being managed by the private sector. There are waterfalls, forests burned dead because when it erupted long ago, there is a crater, there is a very fresh water source. here are always reminded that visitors must dispose of waste in place. We can enjoy nature but also the nature must be maintained.
            How we preserve nature including reforestation, selective logging, planting trees, taking out the trash in its place. Although I have never done these things to the maximum, at least throw garbage in its place was a small thing but the most important thing to keep the nature around. We should keep the nature.

~If you like nature, we must also make our liking nature~

Senin, 10 Oktober 2016


Hasbi and Hansel

   Once upon a time a very poor woodcutter lived in a tiny cottage in the forest with his twin boys, Hasbi and Hansel. His second wife often ill-treated the twin boys and was forever nagging the woodcutter.
   "There is not enough food in the house for us all. There are too many mouths to feed! We must get rid of the two brats," she declared. And she kept on trying to persuade her husband to abandon his twin boys in the forest.
   "Take them miles from home, so far that they can never find their way back! Maybe someone will find them and give them a home." The downcast woodcutter didn't know what to do. Hasbi who, one evening, had overheard his parents' conversation, comforted Hansel.
   "Don't worry! If they do leave us in the forest, we'll find the way home," he said. And slipping out of the house he filled his pockets with little white pebbles, then went back to bed.
   All night long, the woodcutter's wife harped on and on at her husband till, at dawn, he led Hasbi and Hansel away into the forest. But as they went into the depths of the trees, Hasbi dropped a little white pebble here and there on the mossy green ground. At a certain point, the two twin boys found they really were alone: the woodcutter had plucked up enough courage to desert  them, had mumbled an excuse and was gone.
   Night fell but the woodcutter did not return. Hansel began to sob bitterly. Hasbi too felt scared but he tried to hide his feelings and comfort his sister.
   "Don't cry, trust me! I swear I'll take you home even if Father doesn't come back for us!" Luckily the moon was full that night and Hasbi waited till its cold light filtered through the trees.
   "Now give me your hand!" he said. "We'll get home safely, you'll see!" The tiny white pebbles gleamed in the moonlight, and the twin boys found their way home. They crept through a half open window, without wakening their parents. Cold, tired but thankful to be home again, they slipped into bed.
   Next day, when their stepmother discovered that Hasbi and Hansel had returned, she went into a rage. Stifling her anger in front of the twin boys, she locked her bedroom door, reproaching her husband for failing to carry out her orders. The weak woodcutter protested, torn as he was between shame and fear of disobeying his cruel wife. The wicked stepmother kept Hasbi and Hansel under lock and key all day with nothing for supper but a sip of water and some hard bread. All night, husband and wife quarreled, and when dawn came, the woodcutter led the twin boys out into the forest.
   Hasbi, however, had not eaten his bread, and as he walked through the trees, he left a trail of crumbs behind him to mark the way. But the little boy had forgotten about the hungry birds that lived in the forest. When they saw him, they flew along behind and in no time at all, had eaten all the crumbs. Again, with a lame excuse, the woodcutter left his two twin boys by themselves.
   "I've left a trail, like last time!" Hasbi whispered to Hansel, consolingly. But when night fell, they saw to their horror, that all the crumbs had gone.
   "I'm frightened!" wept Hansel bitterly. "I'm cold and hungry and I want to go home!"
   "Don't be afraid. I'm here to look after you!" Hasbi tried to encourage his sister, but he too shivered when he glimpsed frightening shadows and evil eyes around them in the darkness. All night the two twin boys huddled together for warmth at the foot of a large tree.
   When dawn broke, they started to wander about the forest, seeking a path, but all hope soon faded. They were well and truly lost. On they walked and walked, till suddenly they came upon a strange cottage in the middle of a glade.
   "This is chocolate!" gasped Hasbi as he broke a lump of plaster from the wall.
   "And this is icing!" exclaimed Hansel, putting another piece of wall in her mouth. Starving but delighted, the twin boys began to eat pieces of candy broken off the cottage.
   "Isn't this delicious?" said Hansel, with her mouth full. She had never tasted anything so nice.
   "We'll stay here," Hasbi declared, munching a bit of nougat. They were just about to try a piece of the biscuit door when it quietly swung open.
   "Well, well!" said an old woman, peering out with a crafty look. "And haven't you twin boys a sweet tooth?"
   "Come in! Come in, you've nothing to fear!" went on the old woman. Unluckily for Hasbi and Hansel, however, the sugar candy cottage belonged to an old witch, her trap for catching unwary victims. The two twin boys had come to a really nasty place.
   "You're nothing but skin and bones!" said the witch, locking Hasbi into a cage. I shall fatten you up and eat you!"
   "You can do the housework," she told Hansel grimly, "then I'll make a meal of you too!" As luck would have it, the witch had very bad eyesight, an when Hansel smeared butter on her glasses, she could see even less.
   "Let me feel your finger!" said the witch to Hasbi every day to check if he was getting any fatter. Now, Hansel had brought her brother a chicken bone, and when the witch went to touch his finger, Hasbi held out the bone.
  "You're still much too thin!" she complained. When will you become plump?" One day the witch grew tired of waiting.
   "Light the oven," she told Hansel. "We're going to have a tasty roasted boy today!" A little later, hungry and impatient, she went on: "Run and see if the oven is hot enough." Hansel returned, whimpering: "I can't tell if it is hot enough or not." Angrily, the witch screamed at the little girl: "Useless child! All right, I'll see for myself." But when the witch bent down to peer inside the oven and check the heat, Hansel gave her a tremendous push and slammed the oven door shut. The witch had come to a fit and proper end. Hansel ran to set her brother free and they made quite sure that the oven door was tightly shut behind the witch. Indeed, just to be on the safe side, they fastened it firmly with a large padlock. Then they stayed for several days to eat some more of the house, till they discovered amongst the witch's belongings, a huge chocolate egg. Inside lay a casket of gold coins.
   "The witch is now burnt to a cinder," said Hasbi, "so we'll take this treasure with us." They filled a large basket with food and set off into the forest to search for the way home. This time, luck was with them, and on the second day, they saw their father come out of the house towards them, weeping.
   "Your stepmother is dead. Come home with me now, my dear twin boys!" The two twin boys hugged the woodcutter.
   "Promise you'll never ever desert us again," said Hansel, throwing her arms round her father's neck. Hasbi opened the casket.
   "Look, Father! We're rich now . . . You'll never have to chop wood again."

   And they all lived happily together ever after.

Group 6 :
1. M. Hasbi Islahi A. (22)
2. Muhtadi Ihsan N. (26)
3. Zahra Nadzirah (35)

Assalamualaikum wr.wb

For all students of SMAN 3 Bandung. Our school will have Social Service for flood victims in Garut. We will be held on 20 October 2016. If you want to give some help, you can donate some of your unuse clothes, medicines, some food or some money. The reception will be held on 5th - 15th October 2016 at main hall

We hope your participations will help the victims in Garut.
Thank you.

link video :

Senin, 03 Oktober 2016

My Unforgettable Memory

               My unforgettable memory is when I was six grade I was join LDKS. LDKS is a training for mental and personality. My school visited Tea Garden's Ciwalini located in Ciwidey. We went by a bus, there are five bus. Our trip taken for five hours because little traffic.
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           We arrived in the afternoon, slightly rainy weather. We about to rest at Villa. One Villa contains seven persons. I immediately brew noodles because it is suitable to eat when it rains ((= . I and My Friends stay on terrace while eating the noodles. Time is sunset, we praying together.
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                In the evening, we told to rest. Suddenly, in the midnight we were told to get out Villa and prepare for mental. We gather in front of the main Villa. Every group start one by one. Our eyes covered by a cloth. We start walking with fears. We were told not to step on graves turns out that's not true, its spread! ): . At the first post, our eyes opened. We continued to second post. During we walking to second post, we afraid off by teacher who are hiding in the bush. We arrived on the second post. We scolded by teacher. After that, we go to last post. One of my friends there are missing. It turns out, my friend was missing was just kidnapped by teachers. All teachers pretending to scold to all students and some teachers quarreled make all stundets cry.

                 Finally, we burn bonfire to the accompaniment of songs. it was my experience. thanks:)


Senin, 26 September 2016

Tebing Keraton

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         Cliff palace is one of One Travel in Lembang. Cliff Palace has a very beautiful view, surrounded by mountains and trees neatly. The distance traveled is not too far from Dago. However, when I visited there the road is quite uneven. By the way does now is good.

When the holiday, I and my friends visited Tebing Keraton using motorcycles. journey from home about two hours. after arriving, we park the motorcycles in the parking area and pay Rp.5000,00. Entry fee 15.000,00. we entry and circle around Tebing Keraton. There is very cool atmosphere makes us uncomfortable to stay there. There are towers made of wood. We climbed to the top of the tower via a ladder. The view over looks beautiful from the top of the tower and we did not forget to take pictures. There are cliffs tip of his is no less interesting to take pictures because there is a pile of stones in front of the abyss. Many people who take pictures there because there the hallmark of Tebing Keraton. However, be very careful because it can fall into the abyss if not careful.

Once satisfied to take pictures and enjoy the scenery we went home because the rain had started to fall as well. We got home safely.

thanks for reading(: byee!


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All About Me

   Hii guys.. My name is Muhamad Hasbi Islahi Azam. My friends call me Hasbi. Iam 15 years old. I was born in Bandung on 19 June 2001. I lived in Bandung and my address Jalan Saluyu Indah XV no227, Riung Bandung. My hobbie is playing guitar and playing football. 

   I study at SMA negeri 3 Bandung, My school address is Jalan Belitung no8. My grade X MIPA 9. I join extracurricular's Belitung Muda 3 is Football,Scouting,and Jamadagni is natural explorers. I go to school at 5.45 a.m. and bell rang at 6.30 a.m. I study at school until 2.30 p.m. 

  My dream is to go to college at ITB Bandung and take industrial engineering. Of course I will make parents happy. My mother came from Bandung, She is good mother's. My Father came from Majalengka, he work at Biofarma, he is very good father's. Don't forget I have two brothers, his name Rijal and Yazid.