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Poetry also has the power to take us to new places, lifting off from the known world to explore beyond earth’s horizon, or making what we think we know strange again.

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A seamless welding of raw experience and self-observation, of music and thought - Ken Bariss

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That in humour the lyrical may flourish.

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Jan Owen

B. 1940

4 poems available

Nature is Owen's alembic. She writes with delicacy and strength, passion and intellect. - David Gilbey, Australian Book Review

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Particles of observation, incomplete phrases and strange juxtapositions seem welded by some hidden charge into a power of feeling. - John Powell Ward

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My poetry addresses whatever catches me by surprise. - Michael Sharkey

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Almost all my poetry comes out of a sense of wonder at the sheer materiality of the world; and of bewilderment about how we know what we know. - Brook Emery

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Edgar inhabits the enigmatic and the transient - the 'going... going...' of things which refuse nonetheless to be gone. - Peter Steele

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