and post notes and photos about your poem like Jannie Breedt.
A friend who put me on the track so to speak was Rodger Roman. Very intelligent and maybe misunderstood spoke to me and commanded me to take myself more seriously regarding my poetry. Rodg, thanks . Its because I listened to you that my poetry was launched. He left me with these words ( not his own)
And yes. I can answer your next question reader..
As a youngster I gobbled up every millimeter of book or film around the hollocaust and followed the persecution of Eichmann and the rest of Simon Wiesenthalls crew. Met survivors of that the hollocaust and had friends frequented Auswitsch and the other camps. Its still very tender this subject. We still have residue of nazi criminals here and I personally know them too. Looking beyond its cruelty and shame, I wonder whats to become of us now, here.Its totally EVIL. So Jean, Reynecke kicked my ass and said "just do it" and so I placed this poem here He saw those camps.
He being the founder of Africa Land over here , asked me to display my poetry in the museum in which Eugene Marais, South African poet extraordinaire, lived and died. He was my hero and genius . What an honour for me.Thanks Jean.