Monthly Archives: July 2013

under the bridge

The other night, a dear friend and I set our selves the challenge to write poems of a choosen theme in 10 minutes… the rules where as follows: 1. Get one of the boys from our home away from home, … Continue reading

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She Rose

she roses, red, she roses, bleed, light, the moon shine on a rotten day, she shone forever and never said. *** she roses, soft, she roses, never lost, sweet scent, wind blows and bends, forever and never spent. *** she … Continue reading

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Video Verse and Interview: Slamalamadingdong winner, Jessie Giles

Originally posted on Melbourne Spoken Word:
Jessie Giles won last month’s Slamalamadingdong Open Slam. Below we present one of her moving pieces, ‘Eye Spy’ and an interview. Jessie will also be featuring at Passionate Tongues in the coming months.…

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Phone aversion – for Jacky T

I have an aversion to phone conversations,  like I can talk to one of my sista girls, or my mumma,  or like my favourite brother boy…  but some one I have just meet or a business conversation, or a “lets … Continue reading

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“What’s it like in Alice Springs?” – desertdates

This poem holds for me, all that needs to be said about my home town and the place that grew me up… Thank you to desertdates for letting this into the word. What’s it like in Alice Springs?.

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