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aard

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Author: Francis Grobler

Hardback + CD

Dié digbundel bestaan uit ʼn versameling van 72 gedigte.

In Aard word woordkuns akkuraat aangewend en ontdek die leser intense en soms ontnugterende boodskappe in die metafore en vergelykings wat swaar uit die strofes hang. As kind groei die natuur wortels deur haar en haar versugting vir die aarde en die eenvoud daarvan word weerspieël in haar woordkuns – vandaar die titel van die gedig. Grobler is ʼn vrygees-woordkunstenaar met ʼn ongewone prentjie-kop. ʼn Poëet wat haar min steur aan dig-konsekwente kegels, kalibrasies of spesifikasies. Woorde is haar waterverf en digkuns die doek. Die eindproduk is meestal onverwags – selfs vir die digter. ʼn Vrydenker. ʼn Dromer. ʼn Kind van die aarde.
Bevat 22 toonsettings deur verskeie kunstenaars uit uiteenlopende genres. Gesing deur Jaco Blomerus en Wynand en Cheree Strydom. Dit is ʼn unieke samestelling van twee kunsvorme wat meesterlik vervleg. Kenmerkend van Grobler se werk is haar hoofletterlose skryfstyl.

This anthology consists of a collection of 72 poems.

In Aard, the creative arts/writing is accurately applied and the reader experiences intense and sometimes sobering messages in the metaphors and equations that hang heavily in the readings. As a child, the natural roots grow through her and her hardening for the earth and its simplicity is reflected in her poetry – hence the title of the poem. Grobler is a free spirit word artist with an unusual “picture-head”. A poet that does not worry about the dense-consistent cones, calibrations or specifications. Words are her water based paint and poetry the canvas. The end product is mostly unexpected – even for the poet. A free spirit. A dreamer. A child of the Earth.
Contains 22 tone settings by multiple artists from diverse genres. Sang by Jaco Blomerus, Wynand and Cheree Strydom. It is a unique compilation of two art forms that are masterfully intertwined. Characterizing Grobler’s work is her case-less writing style.

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