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Three Swans Went By
Lost Arches of the Sun
Casterton to Mount Gambier
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Aesop AUSTRALIAN POETS bee Flashes bellow bird breath Bride weather Brooklyn Brought thee Brucedale bull CASTERTON courser dancing dark deep door draw a-near dust earth eternal feet fence and kiss fingers five fire FIRST-FOOTERS FitzGerald flower Gilmore's Goulburn hand hear heard the swans hill Honing hoofs Horn mad hound Judith Wright leap leaveneth Leviathan life's light little leaven logs lonely Malebo man's path Mary Gilmore Melbourne moon MOUNT GAMBIER mountains MYALL never knew night o'er OLD BOTANY BAY old road Paddy Mannion Paraguay Pejar runs pendulum plover poems poetry rain rock satin Says seed shake sing sleeping city slip of silver soft Softly SONG span and Eve Spring is gone—not stars Sydney There's things Thou hast thought thread to bind tide tree tu-who Turn the brown valley wake watch WHINNYING MARE wide wild horse wind Wind-Boy whistling wings woman-drawer young