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Lazarus and Martha at Tikipunga Falls

Lazarus and Martha at Tikipunga Falls Besides the plunge pool below the falls A woman sits, weeping. In a scintillating beam of light, Rests a fat keruru crooning, White breasted and viridian collared, Through mossy grief-stricken gloom. On the branches … Continue reading

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Reading at the Mokaba Bar, Whangarei

New Zealand National Poetry Day is today, and Whangarei celebrated early with readings at the Mokaba Bar on Wednesday. I read new poems spread over two slots. The poems are all unpublished and included “Downtown”, “The Evolution of the Universe”, “Hare … Continue reading

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