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Denis Glover

B. 1912 D. 1980

7 poems available

Air falls under the heavy yoke of bells - 'Sunday Morning', Denis Glover

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Gloria Rawlinson

B. 1918 D. 1995

6 poems available

Gloria Rawlinson's poems, with their romantic, whimsical and often fantastical themes, were welcomed by readers enduring the unpleasant realities of the Depression - Riemke Ensing

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4 poems available

A dynamic reader, Eggleton has a rapid-fire delivery that releases a torrent of images, some startling, ugly, or funny - Greg O'Brien

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8 poems available

I think of writing a poem as putting oneself in the moment, at the moment - an action more comprehensive, intuitive and mysterious than mere thinking ... - C. K. Stead

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All this was water / in the beginning. Between / us are our legends - 'Chrysanthemum', Diana Bridge

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It's an existential act, it's vocational, a necessity, a way of working things out.

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Not only rich music, an easy lyricism, but also grit, and earthy honesty, a willingness to be vulnerable and clean. - Gwendolyn Brooks

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Musical, deftly patterned poems that are the products of a supple susceptibility and determined intelligence - Adam Foulds

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I trust my imagination and love of language to get me there. Anthony Lawrence

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Briar Wood

B. 1958

6 poems available

On the shelf, vases, goblets, urns / trailing lines of colour, cloud bowls, / sun, moon and earth for an ashram, / all shining in the incisive morning light - 'Blown Glass', Briar Wood

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Each sharp star speaks of something long gone - 'Cactus', Siobhan Harvey

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How easy it is to do something / different, how hard to do / it better, is the message I get / as I hear the tyres purr - 'Training on the Peninsula', Brian Turner

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