Red Leaves

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Auckland University Press, 2005 - Poetry - 56 pages
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At the emotional core of this fourth book of poems by New Zealand poet Diana Bridge are the devastating deaths of her mother and brother in a single year. This sense of loss is eased by themes carried forward from her previous books—vivid images culled from her travels in China and India appear in poems about being a writer and the importance of homecoming.

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Contents

Red leaves
2
Admonitions of the Empress
16
Lotus talk
29
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Diana Bridge is a world traveller and a poet. She has published three critically acclaimed collections of poetry, including The Girls on the Wall, Landscape with Lines, and Porcelain.

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