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Hollow Melodies 

“Sink in, my love. Sink right into me. Turn me over and sway me to the huffs and puffs of our breaths. It’s one of my favourite melodies anyway.” 185 more words


Estuary thoughts

What matters can be more (or both)
than what’s black or white,
or even words
that fit in single tweets.

There are hollows in the shallow… 113 more words


Hollows as Habitat

Our meeting topic in June was Hollows as Habitat and was presented by Club Member John Gregurke. Here are some notes from his talk and the photos are by another club member. 496 more words

Guest Speakers

Rachel Morgan is my spirit animal


The Hollows series by Kim Harrison (pseudonym for Dawn Cook) is a stress relieving read that is all about girl power. Well, for me at least. 1,163 more words


Workshopping artwork for ecology, Goulburn/Broken/Murray

My residency in Nathalia ended its first week with a sculpture workshop which invited community members to a hands-on cardboard art-making day.

I thought I had asked too much of my participants initially, but they proved up to the task as the day went on and we had some very promising results by days end. 122 more words


Hollows of the World

By Diana Wanamaker

Bleeding with emotion
amongst the hollows of the world
Crisper memory
faded dreams
Valleys of sorrow
hills of obstacles
Stop the madness… 84 more words

Not Much To Ask

She wipes her tears away
a soft fold of white tat
lace doesn’t daub well
merely smears the sadness
she feels, has always felt

She’d rather it rain down… 24 more words