Afrikaans stories, books, poems, and more

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The Booksie Classic House

Wanneer Annelize se verloofde, Francois geheimsinnig verdwyn vind sy 'n vreemde ekstra sleutel aan haar bos. Smithy, haar verloofde se beste vriend help haar om die raaisels op te los. Het Francois 'n dubbel lewe gelei en hoeveel weet Smithy werklik van sy verdwyning? Hoekom is die speurder wat Francois… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

///AFRIKAANS/// A cute little poem written for a friend so she can have a laugh :) Read More

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The language is Afrikaans, though I'm pretty sure people who understand Dutch will also be able to fully understand the poem. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 02, 2012

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///AFRIKAANS/// This poem is about the pain of an individual at being rejected, and their yearning for it to end. The "she" ("haar") referred to, is a famous Afrikaans poet, Ingrid Jonker, who killed herself by walking into the sea. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

February 26, 2012

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a poem a wrote for a guy i like. it's about a nerine Read More
cute little love story. first actual sory! AFRIKAANS!!! Read More

Short Story / Other

December 22, 2011

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scary shit ^_~ afrikaans! don't read if you don't undertand!!! Read More
Book One “We were just another very normal Afrikaans family I used to think.” Read More

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An afrikaans poem for my fellow South Africans. This poem is about the fear of falling in love. Read More

Tags: love, fear, afrikaans

Poem / Poetry

June 07, 2008

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Comments: 1

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The Booksie Classic House

This is an afrikaans poem for my fellow South Africans...TROTS AFRIKAANS...So I hope someone who understands afrikaans reads it! It is about losing your identity and being left without life direction, left clinging on to memories of your childhood with no hope of a future. Read More

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