'Maze', a new poem by Peter Steele
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Peter Steele is a poet, academic, Jesuit priest, and Professor Emeritus of English literature at the University of Melbourne. His publications include seven books of poetry: Word from Lilliput (1973), Marching on Paradise (1973), Invisible Riders (1999), Plenty: Art into Poetry (2003), The Whispering Gallery: Art into Poetry (2006), White Knight with Bee-Box: New and Selected Poems (2009), and The Gossip and the Wine (2010).
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