About

A warm welcome to my poetry blog.

I can write, sing, paint and such; but something has changed drastically. It began the day I stopped pretending; when one by one I removed the toxins, the excuses and the lies that I told myself. All that noise.

I believe that silence is golden. I believe that most answers lie in nature, meditation and yoga. Within ourselves. Participating in good causes big and small. I believe in love.

You will find selected poems that I have written, some of which are work in progress. Discover what poetry is for you. For me, each poem is plea for love in this world.

My focus has been on my music for a while now and I have come to the conclusion that it’s time for my music and my poetry to meet. That’s the future of this blog. So watch out for big changes and updates. Exciting times.

Follow my music story by clicking here: Nomzi Kumalo on Instagram

Read my poetry by clicking here: Nomzi Kumalo Poetry Collection

Thank you so much for your support and thank you WordPress 🌸

Copyright Β© Nomzi Kumalo, 2014.

214 thoughts on “About

  1. When it is beautiful here it is beautiful. For me that is when it is warm. I hope that you get the chance to visit these parts one day. Thank you for your generous words and support Kat. I also like your poetry very much. And you are most welcome. πŸ™‚

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  2. My husband’s father is Danish. I envy you living there. I’ve never been, but would love to see it.
    I do like your poetry very much, and will be following now.

    Thanks for your visits to me.

    Kat

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  3. Beautifully stated. Your words reminded me of Joan Didion’s quote, β€œThe ability to think for one’s self depends upon one’s mastery of the language.” At the very least, language (and other creative pursuits) can heal us and help us figure out what we think. I, too, have found wisdom in yoga and meditation.

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  4. Well that was a lovely heartwarming message from Edinburgh. Wonderful. Thank you. I was there once briefly and I loved it. I remember the price of cds being so affordable there, way back then. πŸ˜€ Have a wonderful week. πŸ™‚

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  5. Hi Nomzi – Thank you for your poems. Keep focused and get out your book of poetry. People like you make the world a better place to live. Cheers from Edinburgh.

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  6. Thank you so much Nomzi for your visits, likes and follow. I’m not much of a poetry reader, but I did very much enjoy a dip into your poems. I wish you great happiness with your writing and your book, and look forward to hearing more of you.

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  7. Dear Ajua, what a lovely surprise to hear that you feel that way. Such heartwarming and generous words. I am humbled and grin at the same time. You are a beautiful soul too. I send love to you and lots of positive energy. Kind regards, Nomzi.

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  8. Thank you for your visit to littleoldladywho.net. Though in many surface ways we are different, we just may be kindred souls in the realms of spirit and poetry. I will return to read more of what you are saying here….all my best wishes for joy in the new year!

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  9. Hello Joan Mae, it is good to hear from you too so thank you for stopping by. It is always a wonderful gift to be able to write in ones mother tongue. Always follow your heart and try to focus on what you are naturally good at. What gives you energy?

    Have a super week. πŸ™‚

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  10. Hello, Nomzi,
    Nice meeting you. Thanks for sharing your works and stories. I also love poetry but as of now, I wrote it in my mother tongue language. But planning to make some English poems soon. πŸ™‚

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  11. I believe poetry heals in many ways. You bestow a great gift to the world. Love your blog and your willingness to share your experience with us πŸ™‚

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  12. Hi Nomzi – Thanks for visiting my blog and for the follow! It’s a real pleasure to “meet” a fellow poet on writer on this journey. I appreciate your honesty and your words “poetry is a plea for love in the world” resonated with me, and I would add healing and connecting.

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  13. Thank you Heather. Every once in a while one gets a wonderful chance to connect with one or a few or many through words. It adds love in ones life. So I thank you for you support. ❀

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