That night in the streets of my city When I was alone He appeared to me in a whisper of my memory I knew that time had bound me in the threads of misery again And my exposed suppression was revealed The aching in my chest for forgotten company Lured me into madness It recreated my sadness And … Continue reading the story "Wailing"
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He placed a piece of plaster In a mould one day That told a story of the way He wept in water And talked in tunes And how his pieces seemed confused. Just then, a butterfly fell Out of the realms Of his incredible palms And so he cast his spell. *Photograph by Joy Goodenough *Words by Ilva Pieterse http://www.writeontime.co.za/ http://www.ilvapie.co.za/ http://travelblog.portfoliocollection.com/ http://otherside-of-the-world.blogspot.com/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/greenhairmermaid/
Ilva Pieterse: Writer Since completing a BIS (publishing) degree at the University of Pretoria in 2001, Ilva has been involved in online and print publishing and media within various industries including information technology, gaming, social media, conferencing, government, consumer, and music - predominantly as a writer. Her yearning for wide open spaces and stress-free silences often takes … Continue reading the story "Ilva Pieterse"