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Australian Writers of Influence

Remembering Words
Today’s Australia is very different to colonial times. The right of an individual to live and work without prejudice is not considered remarkable, but rather essential, and is protected by law. 502 more words

Author Chats

Time for a poem: THE FEAST

THE FEAST

by CJ Dennis

Cackle and lay, cackle and lay!
How many eggs did you get to-day?
Two in the manger, and four in the shed, 40 more words

Poetry

Philip Butterss, An unsentimental bloke: The life and work of C. J. Dennis (Review)

If you are an Australian, particularly one of a certain age, chances are you studied some C.J. Dennis at school, most likely “The play” from his best-known book… 1,129 more words

Australian Literature

The Triantiwontigongolope

It’s 21 March. Happy World Poetry Day!

Here’s one of our favourite poems:

THE TRIANTIWONTIGONGOLOPE by CJ Dennis

There's a very funny insect that you do not often spy,
And it isn't quite a spider, and it isn't quite a fly;
It is something like a beetle, and a little like a bee,
But nothing like a wooly grub that climbs upon a tree. 211 more words
Poetry

Merry Christmas, "Been Thinking of You"

After much anticipation and a recent live interview with Wild Kat Dennis and Fat Dawg on BBC Radio; CLOWN TOWN’s new single is now available on iTunes and Amazon! 8 more words

2013

Time for a Poem - The Drovers

THE DROVERS by CJ Dennis

Out across the spinifex, out across the sand,

Out across the saltbush to Never Never land,

That’s the way the drovers go, jogging down the track, 29 more words

Poetry

Saddleworth – Auburn –Leasingham – Watervale - Penwortham – Sevenhill - Clare

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I went for a walk up Greenslade Road this morning after a cuppa with Evelyn and Chloe, then set out for Clare to explore the Clare Valley. 362 more words