Poem

'Maze', a new poem by Peter Steele

Peter Steele
22 May 2012

But wait, there’s more – as when the hummingbird
flies backwards for the hell of it, or
the odd flamingo’s pinkened up by snackin More

'One House', a new poem by Chris Wallace-Crabbe

Chris Wallace-Crabbe
22 April 2012

Empty for years, the house can tell us nothing.
Even though it is a maisonette, ostensibly half of a pair.
The other half is normal, inhabited, has a real dog.
Rubbish gathers here, junk mail overfills More

'Emily Poems', a new poem by John Kinsella

John Kinsella
22 April 2012

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Surrounded by the countless dead
And restrained in illness to her bed
The hilltipped winds that seared her face
Made her young as they made her old

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'Night Guard, The Futures Museum after the ACMI Star Voyager Exhibition', a new poem by Lisa Gorton

Lisa Gorton
20 March 2012

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Rooms so familiar
they complete themselves in me –
this darkened hall where the glass cases,

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'After Reading Henry James’s The Awkward Age', a new poem by Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton
27 February 2012

The answer could only be yes. Or,
(as James would have it) it was a question,
the way she turned back to him
seemed to say, that deserved

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'Oscillations', a new poem by Toby Fitch

Toby Fitch
26 February 2012
'Oscillations', a new poem by Toby Fitch. More

'After Devotion', a new poem by Annamaria Weldon

Annamaria Weldon
26 February 2012

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The far margin of wintering wetlands,
mist before sunrise. Outside my window
a rock parrot is perched on its fence-post.

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'Beautiful Mother', a new poem by Michael Farrell

Michael Farrell
26 February 2012
You’ve always associated the two terms together
partly due to your reading of Schiller; partly due
to your watching of Kimba. Kimba sublimates
his mother in the water. You’ve always thought More

'Bayside Suburban', a new poem by Anne Elvey

Anne Elvey
26 February 2012

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Port Phillip rucks & tears in the wind
and where the creek joins the bay, the lace
is tattered marl. Wild gulls pick

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'Provenance', a new poem by Gareth Robinson

Gareth Robinson
26 February 2012

Taking note might prompt some things:
look! Even a colon finds correlation
with the eyes of Hoji’s frog, and the king’s.

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