"Your laugh is an open broken grenade. Not bad for a kitchen language, right?" (something like that in african) by Ingrid Jonker

"Your laugh is an open broken grenade. Not bad for a kitchen language, right?" (something like that in african) by Ingrid Jonker

The Lion Witch and the Wardrobe -  Book 1 in The Chronicles of Narnia - C.S.Lewis - cover by Roger Hane by Cadwalader Ringgold, via Flickr

The Lion Witch and the Wardrobe - Book 1 in The Chronicles of Narnia - C.S.Lewis - cover by Roger Hane by Cadwalader Ringgold, via Flickr

'Nog eenmaal wil ek in die skemeraand  Weer op ons dorp en by ons dorpsdam staan,  Weer met my rek op in die donker skiet,  En Luister, en al word ek seer en dof,  Hoe die klien klippe ver weg in die riet  Uit donker in die donker water plof.'    N.P. Van Wyk Louw

'Nog eenmaal wil ek in die skemeraand Weer op ons dorp en by ons dorpsdam staan, Weer met my rek op in die donker skiet, En Luister, en al word ek seer en dof, Hoe die klien klippe ver weg in die riet Uit donker in die donker water plof.' N.P. Van Wyk Louw

My all time favorite Joyce Meyer's book! I wish I could hand one to every patient that I talk to.

My all time favorite Joyce Meyer's book! I wish I could hand one to every patient that I talk to.

Eugène Nielen Marais: (9 January 1871 – 29 March 1936) was a South African lawyer, naturalist, poet and writer. [Winternag: O koud is die windjie en skraal. En blink in die dof-lig en kaal, so wyd as die Heer se genade, lê die velde in sterlig en skade, En hoog in die rande, versprei in die brande, is die grassaad aan roere, soos winkende hande. O treurig die wysie, op die ooswind se maat, soos die lied van ‘n meisie  in haar liefde verlaat. In elk’ grashalm se vou, blink ‘n druppel van…

Eugène Nielen Marais: (9 January 1871 – 29 March 1936) was a South African lawyer, naturalist, poet and writer. [Winternag: O koud is die windjie en skraal. En blink in die dof-lig en kaal, so wyd as die Heer se genade, lê die velde in sterlig en skade, En hoog in die rande, versprei in die brande, is die grassaad aan roere, soos winkende hande. O treurig die wysie, op die ooswind se maat, soos die lied van ‘n meisie in haar liefde verlaat. In elk’ grashalm se vou, blink ‘n druppel van…


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Are you continually frustrated by sickness, financial pressure, strained relationships or other struggles that just won't go away? In Blessing or Curse, Derek Prince draws on real-life experiences of people who were astonished to discover that they were not the victims of blind chance or heredity, but a generational curse. Learn that a curse is not a superstition from the Dark Ages - but a very real force from which you can find freedom.

Are you continually frustrated by sickness, financial pressure, strained relationships or other struggles that just won't go away? In Blessing or Curse, Derek Prince draws on real-life experiences of people who were astonished to discover that they were not the victims of blind chance or heredity, but a generational curse. Learn that a curse is not a superstition from the Dark Ages - but a very real force from which you can find freedom.

You Are Not What You Weigh eBook: Lisa Bevere

You Are Not What You Weigh eBook: Lisa Bevere

Cover of the Brink and Krog collection of translations of a selection of Ingrid Jonker's poems published in 2007

The child who was shot dead by soldiers and the tragic life of Ingrid Jonker

Cover of the Brink and Krog collection of translations of a selection of Ingrid Jonker's poems published in 2007

“She was both a poet and a South African. She was both an Afrikaner and an African. She was both an artist and a human being. In the midst of despair, she celebrated hope. Confronted by death, she asserted the beauty of life,” President Nelson Mandela said of Ingrid Jonker in his inaugural address to Parliament on May 24, 1994. Often compared to Sylvia Plath and Virginia Woolf because of her suicide (she drowned in July 1965), Ingrid Jonker has become mythologised. Ingrid Jonker: a Poet's…

“She was both a poet and a South African. She was both an Afrikaner and an African. She was both an artist and a human being. In the midst of despair, she celebrated hope. Confronted by death, she asserted the beauty of life,” President Nelson Mandela said of Ingrid Jonker in his inaugural address to Parliament on May 24, 1994. Often compared to Sylvia Plath and Virginia Woolf because of her suicide (she drowned in July 1965), Ingrid Jonker has become mythologised. Ingrid Jonker: a Poet's…

Ingrid Jonker met dochtertje Simone (foto van internet).

Ingrid Jonker met dochtertje Simone (foto van internet).

’n Beeld van die betrokke persoonlikheid.

’n Beeld van die betrokke persoonlikheid.

Verraad (Ingrid Jonker, Twee Harte) SOLD www.paulavancoller.com

Verraad (Ingrid Jonker, Twee Harte) SOLD www.paulavancoller.com

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