You didn't need to go and get all gushy on me. I see you have been on a posting spree.
J is good people, as are you and that is not forgotten.
I threw out my virus-ridden computer jist prior to the onset of this virus and have been battling too another pandemic.
I don't much like writing without my music to listen to as that helps me keep my place so i have not bothered.
Good to see you around. Your poem you posted was just great. Seems like it just fell out of nowhere and achieved an achieved an automomic state of always having come into being. I wonder how long you sat around for that to happen?
I have poems in me but i am hoping they will go away.
.. until these past few months, i didn't think i would enjoy being kindled, much preferring to turn proper pages. But i am adapting ! i don't own a kindle, i just read them on my phone / laptop.
i just downloaded 'the seabird's cry' and later, i shall tell you my thoughts.
as a great lover of seabirds.... most especially puffins.... i have a good feeling about it!
I imagine it will be a great day all over Englund and South Africa.
I am disappointed NZ did not climb to its potential but as a New Zealander I think the All Blacks are part of the country's identity so much that you got to be grateful for those guys' mahi and all the competition along the way and admin along the way from regular ppl which helps to make those men so great.
Any New Zealander knows those Saffas in a world cup final will be a formidable formidable beast so regardless of who you think should win on form (Englund)
based on history and the history of what YOU KNOW, it would be a great surprise to me if SA lost.
Great day for sport and should be a hell of a ride for both countries. Enjoy your day with family.