by Nicolette Stasko
It would be an understatement to say that almost every poet has written about art. I could use this entire post to list only the Australians. 1,989 more words
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Did you possibly imagine (you couldn’t have)
On that youthful, sun-dappled afternoon in Missouri,
The rays of an ancient light caressing your skin & inspiration, when you were… 157 more words
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I’ll begin my reviews of the Booker prize shortlist with my personal favourite, How to be both by Ali Smith.
How to Be Both is a delightful novel from the very start, beginning with its format. 658 more words
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The label on my suitcase …
… reminds me I do not belong.
Outside, sky darkens over a line
of could-be-anywhere mountains.
Electric light casts shadows around… 183 more words
The lighthouse suggests;
A shoreline’s solidity,
The firmness of stone.
Photography and Haiku by Daniel Williams.
A town scrutinised
Through the arch’s crafted wound;
A mouth opening.
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Collecting Saints and Circles
a filament of holiness
renders air apart from air;
and who are we to say
that our air is any different?
The panes qualify the cross below them. 74 more words
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