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South Africa and a PhD at the University of Pretoria but people mostly know
62 of my comments have received 63 Great Feedback votes
I asked my love
Posted on Mon, 28 Jan 2019
I asked my love to take a walk just a little walk, down where the waters flow, down by the banks of the old Iho. Do you know the song Parson? Your poem also reminds me of "Diep Rivier" of Eugene Marais.
Your poem's tragic end is masterly...Read full comment
Posted in Cabin
This one guy
Posted on Thu, 24 Jan 2019
This one guy called a friend of mine "deep" so he answered "Then you must be shallow". Reminds of Shakespeare hey? Fascinating dialogue yes. Couragous. And originail is it? Good idea- to keep it short. Good idea yes.
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Posted in FactoidMan and ShallowMan
I didn't know of this jelly
Posted on Mon, 26 Nov 2018
I didn't know of this little jelly blob thing 'till I got blind in one eye for about 2 minutes at work, so later I went to see a doctor he looked he said it's fine the same story as yours. He's got machines and stuff. It happens to everybody they...Read full comment
Posted in Vitreous Humourless
Posted on Sat, 10 Nov 2018
“Sala kahle” is a Zulu greeting for goodbye. It says “stay well”. For “go well” the greeting is “hamba kahle!”
I gave an attempted phonetic English spelling. I am learning isiZulu it's going slowly but steadily. I find it very difficult....Read full comment
Posted in In That Moment
Posted on Thu, 15 Nov 2018
Sounds good! We don't ever get snow here in South-Africa. Never. Most of us haven't even ever seen snow. Only when it's terribly cold sometimes it snows on the mountains. The Cape mountains and the Drakensberg. There in the northern hemishere is...Read full comment
Posted in LET THE SEASONS