I am a retired medical general practitioner. Graduated from Uni. NSW, Sydney, Australia in the 70’s. Graduated with distinction in Masters in English Studies from Open University, Malaysia. I have published a poetry book: Flicking Flame: Poetic Echoes. (Partridge Publisher, Singapore). This book is hardly available in Malaysian and Singaporean book stores. About a year later, I self published my second poetry book, Cloudscape and Landscape: Poetic Echoes, which was sold at Rm 20 per copy. A few hundred copies were sold (in my town only), more than enough to cover printing cost; many were given free to libraries and friends. My third poetry book, with more than a few hundred new poems (mainly haiku/senryu),  is now published, “Healing Haiku & Senryu”.   A poet never retire, even though we may go through long period of darkness and hibernation, but always awake with inspiration, and a new rebirth.  I am bilingual. I enjoy reading, writing and gossiping with friends.

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    1. wonkywizard Post author

      Thanks Emu. I graduated from Uni NSW in the 70’s, with a MBBS. The fun with NSW was you had to pass a humanity subject every year.I did better in the humanities, incl medical psychology and community medicine.Looking forward for more interaction. My other Forum could be found: http://www.medicine.com.my or
      Dr. Lim Keng Huat MMR Forum. The blog is migrating to another site; that the reason I have to start mine.

    1. wonkywizard Post author

      Thanks Ian. Philosophing on Meaning Of Life lasted for five years.There was a colleague who interacted with me in the last three years. Philosophising was based on what I had read over the years; godsib (or gossip) was how I lived. Each topic had received more than a hundred thousand clicks, and I had no idea who had visited, unless they commented. It’s a monologue most of the time. If there’s interest in the topic, with new interactions, I may start a forum in this blog.

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  2. wonkywizard Post author

    Thanks for your kind comment. I am not an expert on any topic, but I enjoy musing on certain topics after reading about them.It helps to remember them.

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  5. anna mosca

    Hi, I wanted to thank you for the follow! Please be aware that my blog is a bilingual one. So you may get links to some poems in English as well as to some in Italian… Pictures, on the other hand, have no language barriers 😉
    Keep up the good work.

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  7. aussieian2011

    Good morning my friend, I do apologize, I have only just realized that it was you who rang me from Melbourne this morning, I wasn’t sure of the name, was expecting Wonkywizard, I do understand the distance prohibits a visit, but I wish you a great enjoyable time in Australia.
    I am so sorry for not recognizing you and hence lose the chance to speak.
    My kind regards to you and your family.
    Ian Felton

    1. wonkywizard Post author

      My daughter brought her three young children, 8 yr +, 4+, and 2 + for the trip. We tagged along to take care of the kids during the travel. The eldest went with our friend to watch Aussie football, supporting Bulldog. All of us have a good time in Melbourne. On the first day in Melbourne, there was attempted break-in into my house during the day, and the doors were damaged, but could not entered. For the first week, the weather was too cold and windy for us.

      1. aussieian2011

        Greetings my friend, it must have been great meeting up with your daughter and your grand children, lovely to hear of your family reunion, sorry to hear of the attempted break in, good nothing was stolen, hope the weather improves for you, it is hot up here in Mildura, yesterday was 32 degrees, all the best for the rest of your holiday.

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