Alas the day

Natalie Sieberichs

Alas the day Alas the day, alas the night, when the voices cease, and the words run from the page, when men, women, boys and girls are deprived through repression, oppression, racism and hate, and ill education of an age.   READ THE FIRST FEW CHAPTERS HERE

Musings of Desire

Natalie Sieberichs

Musings of Desire See through time’s bleary glass, a little beyond in the past, Within the corners of our living rooms – Memories are sweetly nesting. They have made a house within our houses, basking in the glorious light, or reclining upon the soft couch in the shed…. From examining the nostalgia of love, to muse upon the memories of … Read More

Is There Not A Cause?

Natalie Sieberichs

Is There Not A Cause? Is there not a cause is a powerful collection of poems that speak from the heart and soul of a pure artist. The content in this book is made of songs, stories, deep reflection, love, pain, prose, monologues and anthems. The author uses time and experiences, social/political climates around the world, failure, imagination and a … Read More

Sixty Years from Now

Natalie Sieberichs

Sixty Years from Now Nigam’s poetry is dense in sensory feelings, obsessive in tone and severely lyrical in nature with coherent elements of philosophy and surrealism at the heart of it. He is allegorical but his words don’t wear masks or aprons and are sufficiently clear, intelligently-bold and deep-impacting. The grip is tight and unflinching in dealing with relationships, nationality … Read More