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Monday Morning Musings From The Writer's Desk

The word “Gallipoli” is synonymous with Australian history.   It has been said that it was the birthplace of Australia as a nation.  Our ancestors arrived as sons of the British Empire and came home as Australians. 503 more words

World War 1

LIKE A CLOUD WATCHES A RAIN DROP FALL

Like a cloud watches a rain drop fall
An archer a misguided arrow reject recall
A mountain an avalanche gather and roll
A doctor a young departing soul… 37 more words

English

Would You Rather #83: Forget Who You Were or Who Everyone Else Was? 

Imagine yourself waking up one fine morning with no idea of who you are-all memory of self wiped out and seeing so many faces claiming to be related to you in one way or the other. 477 more words

Articles

Deepest Desire

 

If you’ve everything you had desired,
As you are now a singing star,
You have the costliest vodka with you,
What would you possibly wish for, 153 more words

Love

I Remember - #699

I remember when Norman Mailer died, and how he now seems to have vanished from contemporary commentary on literature.  Updike, too.

-20 August 2016

This post is part of the I Remember series.

I Remember - #698

I remember Taro’s Ramen closing down on Adelaide Street, and the small, pop-up style temporary location they set up closer to the main CBD area.  (2017 update – it’s still there!) 11 more words