Jou groenblou kleur het my asem vermom en my siel gesteel soos ‘n kaalvoetbom Spykers en al My lewe snuk soos ‘n harde val teen die hemel se mure teen die wolke se gal Weerlig en al Ek sit op die dak van my spinnerak en red myself voor die balke sak oor al die…Read more Kaalvoetbom
To all my readers, friends and acquaintances I honestly hope that you all have had a splendid month and that this post finds you well rested, relaxed and ready for whatever the world may offer you. As my South African following is aware of, it is currently the first week of the July school holiday.…Read more Absence Is Necessary
Hi All! This is the second instalment of an ongoing series (5 parts in total for those who are wondering) and today is all about my interview with Annabelle Hift. Annabelle has quite the reputation for being a quirky, vintage loving blogger, singer/songwriter and general crafter. I met her in primary school, when we were both shy and creative…Read more Life As A Creative Part 2
About 4 months ago my parents and I decided to move from our home on the coast of Southern Africa all the way up into the Northern part of the country. This was a move of about 1200km (750 miles) to a province that consists of mainly small farming towns that centre around the various…Read more 5 things I wish I knew before home schooling
I am super excited to announce our first featured poet on HFC, Rochelle Bierma, who happens to be a close friend of mine. Rochelle is a language lover and a big believer in free verse poetry, so give her poem a glance and hit like if you want to support her writing. You can E-mail me…Read more Featured Poet!
it's time to write like an aftershock the storm after the silence it's time for honesty like a bad break blunt edges of the shattered bone it's time to reflect like a bad image on a calm river it's time to finally be a flurry of being it is unapologetic …Read more Aftershock