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Week #18 Nothing Satisfies: a poem

In the recently released Rabbit 14 (a journal for non-fiction poetry) Peter Minter has written one of those poems that is small but intense.

Like other good poems, … 154 more words

On Overland’s poetry editor likening Quadrant to a Nazi publication

I took an interest in the recent hostilities between Peter Minter, the poetry editor at Overland, and Quadrant. In case you missed it, Minter informed the musician and poet Joe Dolce (yes, that Joe Dolce) that he would no longer consider for publication in Overland poets published in Quadrant. 634 more words

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To The Invisible

Peter Minter

4. Leave-taking, Sydney 1987

The garden blooms no more, my egotist.
Day’s butterflies have fled to other flowers,
And now the only visitors will be… 579 more words

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To The Invisible

Peter Minter

3. Cranes, Hiroshima 1986

Cranes
Hiroshima, 1986.

When the rice farmer
trances over the fields his paper
room is waiting.

Even the blades of grass… 1,973 more words

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Minter, Hiroshige, Gray

In the latest online version of Southerly, Peter Minter writes:

Why is it that so much of our thinking and writing about poetry is monopolised by a rhetorics of dramatic visibility, clarity and focus? 369 more words

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To The Invisible

Peter Minter

2. Hiroshige’s Journey, Yokohama 1986

Hiroshige’s  Journey
Yamashita Park, Yokohama, Winter 1986.

an old man
who walked past here
cloaked against the blue sky and wind… 1,491 more words

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To The Invisible

Peter Minter

1. Gimen no soko no byōki no kao, Yokohama 1986

Gimen no soko no byōki no kao: Sick Face of the Earth

Hagiwara Sakutarō (1886-1942) 2,045 more words

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