Eiskrippe, Graz

‘That there should never be air / in a picture surprises me’
Barbara Guest

Feel it even now: such stillness
and yet – there

they are, again:

lights in blue
air, daylight

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Published in September 2014 no. 364
Jo Langdon

Jo Langdon

Jo Langdon lives in Geelong where she is currently studying as a doctoral candidate with Deakin University's School of Communication and Creative Arts. She is the author of a chapbook of poetry, Snowline (Whitmore Press, 2012).

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