Tag Archive: Smiles

Guy Buttery – December Poems

Guy Buttery paints a portrait of the soul, because he knows that great mysteries are not to be unravelled. And that the spirit is eternally free but compelled to take form within the… Continue reading

Life, comma, change, me

This will be the end of this chapter. You won’t tell the difference of course, but I will, since I am the writer here. There is a point, or maybe a comma, between… Continue reading

High tide and low tide

The feelings we live through in love and in loneliness are simply for us, what high tide and low tide, are to the sea Kahlil Gibran

Cape Town’s got talent

I just have to share this mobile recording of two of Cape Town’s greatest musicians, Jack Mantis from The Jack Mantis Band and Sannie Fox from Mama Know Nothing. They are just jamming in… Continue reading

Logistically managing my life

—————————————————————————————————————— Logistics is the management of the flow of goods, information and other resources, including energy and people, between the point of origin and the point of consumption. —————————————————————————————————————— After living in the… Continue reading

The ocean and the sky

My dad made a comment on the post below. He said: I know what we should give Helen for her birthday…a clear blue sky and an open sea! Well, the sky wasn’t clear… Continue reading


Today I heard a kid: Dad, I know what we should give Liam for his birthday…a football field!!

Happy (Birth) Days

I was born 27 years ago. I don’t know if it was daytime or nighttime, sunny or rainy, since I don’t remember the actual arrival. But I remember most of the years of… Continue reading

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Blowing in the wind

Did I tell you that I love wind? Did I tell you that September is my favourite month of the year? Do you know why? Because it reminds me that I belong close… Continue reading