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Eternity

A poem by Mumu da poet, Mpumalanga, SA I would be happy if you marry meI would be honoured to wake up next to you for eternity Serenaded by the sound of a heart that loves me,I would love to spend every second of my breath with you. I do not know how much lives … Continue reading

The secret to a happy and healthy marriage

Right from beginning, it was never about intimacy. Adam did not go to God and had a chat about how he needed a woman to satisfy his manly desires. It was never about sx. There comes a time when sx is not fun anymore, when there are other people involved in the marriage who also … Continue reading

Down the Streets of Harare

A poem by Connie V We ambled the streets of HarareMeandering aimlesslyFleeting past wide-eyes scanning us enviouslyHand in hand we walked into the restaurantLeisurely on Second StreetOur hunger awakenedOur appetites heightenedAt almost closing timeWith no one in overtime modeA signal that here we could only dine on another day Joina City was our next stopUp … Continue reading

Lost Passion

Not a thing under the stars just happensAll things bright and good happen for a reasonAnd the reality of it all sharpensLike the aura of the blooms in season Each moment there is to liveHas a million and one things to learnWhether  to giveOr to yearn For what could have beenBut could not be seenBecause … Continue reading

What is love?

‘Allo! ‘Allo! 😁 I’ve just returned from my Christmas vacation, it was super! How’s yours going? Hope it’s filled with fun, love and joy. ‘Tis the season to be jolly, fa la la la la la… So, this afternoon I’ve just been asking myself, ‘What is love?’ Can we truly define it? The Bible sums … Continue reading

When a woman is fed up

Constance van Niekerk in Vereeniging, SA A woman knows when she is loved, when she is needed, when she is being lied to, used and abused. Every woman in the depths of her heart knows when she must be staying or packing her bags. Why then are the women staying when it is as clear … Continue reading

I’m sorry 

​By Constance van Niekerk  There’s nothing as irresistible as a man on his knees. That’s probably why men propose on their knees. Sometimes it’s not literally; sometimes it’s emotionally on bended knees. At times it’s just verbally, like just saying, “I’m sorry”.  An apology is not an admission of guilt. It’s not a statement of … Continue reading

What you allow is what will continue

By Constance van Niekerk in SA  I think some women have simply become helplessly stupid or altogether crazy. The previous generations of women were made of sterner stuff. They dealt with their marital woes in silence and made their decisions after consultation with a few chosen family members and friends. Whether these decisions were right … Continue reading

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Echoes of My Heart: A Poetry Collection by Constance van Niekerk