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Three Poems by Irene Philologos

Hanging upside down
perched in its own
Heaven
the cricket sings:
“I have eaten and am full.
This
is good.”

Does it sing for us? 490 more words

Life

MY MOVIE SHELF: Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

The Task: Watch and write about every movie on my shelf, in order (Blu-rays are sorted after DVDs), by June 10, 2015.  Remaining movies: 198   373 more words

Movies

Apologising to Unicorns

Apologising to unicorns is problematic. They rarely understand our purposes. Tenderness will often be seen as the manipulative gestures of a fear that seeks death – for itself and others. 136 more words

Life

Outland (1981)

Sean Connery, post-Bond, remains cool and tough in this sci-fi Western from director Peter Hyams, who ships High Noon into outer space. 15 more words

Cinema Monolith

Paralysis (1955)

Laid out flat
in the back of the station wagon my father borrowed
I look up:
the leaves are immense,
green and golden with clear summer light… 85 more words

Life

Poet of the Month - January

Peter Boyle was born in Melbourne in 1951 and has lived most of his life in Sydney. He is a poet and translator of Spanish and French poetry. 150 more words

Life

The Santa Clause (1994) Review

Scott Calvin and his young son Charlie are spending Christmas Eve in his house. When Charlie hears something during the night they head outside and Santa falls off the roof and disappears, making Scott the new Santa! 350 more words

Review