'After a Girl Goes Missing', a new poem by Caitlin Maling

The pots are still dropped and pulled at 4 am,
but no-one fishes near seal rock for weeks, out where the shadows
of sharks and seals are interchangeable.

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Caitlin Maling

Caitlin Maling

Caitlin Maling is a Western Australian poet. Her first collection Conversations I've Never Had is forthcoming with Fremantle Press in February 2015.

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