'Young Male Lyrebird at the Illawarra Treetop Fly', a new poem by Judith Beveridge

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November 2014, no. 366

'Young Male Lyrebird at the Illawarra Treetop Fly', a new poem by Judith Beveridge

Reviewed by
November 2014, no. 366

He has his medley nearly ready. He has pieced together
his own fantasia, even if just from the sound of an owl
regurgitating a pellet of bat fur, a park ranger’s
jangling keys, the creak of cable strain when bored,

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