Stepping Over Seasons

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Interactive Publications, 2009 - Poetry - 52 pages
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Poetry. STEPPING OVER SEASONS artfully depicts the finer details of life, encapsulating change within people and places as the seasons unfurl. In "Overlook," Capes argues that it's much easier for great poets to romanticise the world's most classic cities by poetically and playfully ridiculing his own not-so-romantic Australian hometown. Asserting that, in this digital age, everything can be recorded in some way, the poem "Late Night" claims there is no longer a need for people to appreciate things "in the moment."
 

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About the author (2009)

Ashley teaches Media and English in Victoria, Australia. Prior to this he worked in community arts and music retail, while completing studies at Monash University. Ashley sings in a band and is slowly learning piano. He is currently addicted to Studio Ghibli films and spends a lot of time reading the haiku masters like Basho and Issa, along with his favorite Beat poets, particularly Ferlinghetti.

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