Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
The book-length tanka collaboration, by Kathy Kituai and Amelia Fielden, YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW, explores the deep and sometimes uncanny relationships between our human experiences and our wider, more tenuous, though no less ambiguous experiences of life. These are poems to be savoured in the mouth and tanka to listen to: they demand to be read aloud, sung.
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Amelia Fielden anthologies Australia Day autumn this crimson Award Bangles & Beads believe late afternoon billabong bird yesterday today bitumen black dog wordlessly Black Saturday bleak with rain bloom blue Brisbane bushfires call of rosellas Canberra clear and smooth cockatoo collaborative Contemporary Japanese Tanka crimson liquid-ambers delight dementia ward dream English Tanka Press eucalypt Fielden and Kathy five lines flower garden Ginninderra Press go bush walking gold out-of-season affair hill-top park Interactive Press Japanese Literature kangaroos Kathy Kituai Kathy’s lake Light On Water listen main street set melting into pale memory Michael Thorley mist kayaks Mother’s Day neighbour’s other’s pale plum blossom plugs in ipod plum blossom poems poet’s poetry responsive tanka rhythm ribbon bark tree rosellas somewhere deep Saeko Ogi street set ablaze suddenly I’m determined sun’s tanka collection tanka diary tanka writing there’s Today and Tomorrow tsunami Weaver Birds wind wordless Japanese waka Year’s