Seasons speak

Seasons speak
in language born
of their necessity,
and in the doing
shape themselves
in ways
that we can see.

About rosross

Editor, writer, poet.
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  1. I don’t think I could ever live in a tropical country for any length of time; I love the definite seasons that Melbourne has (cynics say ‘in each day’) – one of the psychological supports of people is to have something to look forward to. Seasons do this admirably.

    • rosross says:

      One does what one does. I have lived in India and four African countries and have also lived in Brisbane (as well as Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide – home town) and I also prefer the seasons. Brisbane was a little bit of everything and nothing in particular with a winter too cold to be summer despite the blue sky and a seriously wet summer with 99% humidity. Shades of India although winter in India is warmer. We opted for the Adelaide Hills as base because of the four seasons, despite living in Perth four times – for about 10 years all up where you get lots of dry and a bit of wet! Melbourne is a big Adelaide to my mind but I now prefer cities of around a million and the country even more.

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