Daily Archives: September 18, 2014

Unrequited

In that small place between loss and hope, unrequited stands, childlike, furrowed of brow, grimy hands clasped on tight chest, fingernails picking at frayed embroidery, pulling at faded threads, unravelling the truth of what was, teasing apart the form, reducing it … Continue reading

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Perspective

Perspective is vital if we are to make balanced assessments of anything and the past in particular. The Australia which the likes of Greer, James and co., left was a very, very different Australia to the one in which I … Continue reading

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