Blog posts archived in ’2019-9’

Speak your own truth

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on wednesday 18 september 2019


Rain by Public Domain Pictures


November rain fell slowly but steadily on to the windscreen of his car as Brendan drove through the city streets that were slowly being transformed by the dark of night. Where do I go from here, he wondered, smiling wryly, for he knew he could not care less. Driving around aimlessly helped him to relax a little and distance himself from his muddled thoughts. It helped him to view his life from a different perspective. His life? Good question. Right now, it felt as if he was living other people’s lives.

“How did it get to this?” he asked himself out loud.


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Half a life at seven

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on wednesday 4 september 2019


Happy Child by Leroy Skalstad


7 and she’s happy with tribal life in Papua New Guinea

Digging for yams with the village dogs

Dad comes home from good hunting

A piece of barbecued bush pig for tea

And a hug and kiss from Mum at night


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