Tongues of Ash

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Interactive Publications, 2011 - New Zealand - 92 pages
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Tongues of Ash stands out and stands firm because almost all the poems are embedded in, but also arise from, specific places in the landscape. They are trustworthy poems, where personal response to place is observant, clear and thoughtful. They tell no more or less than is needed to make a good poem and the telling is consistently light-toned and respectful. - Dinah Hawken
 

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Contents

Canterbury Visit Winter 1982
5
The goose egg rock
12
Winds and time
19
Astrological gardening
25
The SnowSayer
33
5
35
11
43
Landscape is
51
13
52
19
63
Evensong in a graveyard of villas
64
Yet another poem on home thoughts from abroad and gorse
69
26
78
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