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* Contents derived from the Cumberland Park, Mitcham area, Adelaide - South / South East, Adelaide, South Australia,: Bethany Women's Centre , 1990 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Christmasi"Our tree has come", Jill Golden , 1990 single work poetry (p. 56)
chameleon, Miriel Lenore , 1990 single work poetry
Warrawong Sanctuaryi"Embrace the tree", Jill Golden , 1990 single work poetry
St Martin's, Pt. Noarlungai"Westward-facing windows", Jill Golden , 1990 single work poetry
Gaia's Springi"the sacred spring is dry", Miriel Lenore , 1990 single work poetry
Woman Meditatingi"Quiet is the morning", Valery Wilde , 1990 single work poetry
Hunters' Mooni"Chasing full moon howls", Donna McSkimming , 1986 single work poetry
Catherinei"Caterpillars", Donna McSkimming , 1986 single work poetry
Demolitioni"The old home stands square against the sky,", Ann Irvine Tregenza , 1990 single work poetry
Standing Aparti"From where we stand", Debbi J. Bright , 1990 single work poetry
Rosesi"It is something unspoken", Debbi J. Bright , 1990 single work poetry
Holidayi"I remember", Debbi J. Bright , 1990 single work poetry
Inki"'Quink quink' went the big bottle", Jan Owen , 1988 single work poetry
hubrisi"focus on the smallest thing", Miriel Lenore , 1990 single work poetry
Lullabyi"May nothing and no one be a cage to you", Diane Fahey , 1986 single work poetry
The Amazoni"In a quiet corner of the Gardens", Miriel Lenore , 1987 single work poetry
Antsi"Have you noticed that women fight differently", Valery Wilde , 1989 single work poetry
April Song of an Ariesi"it's not my autumn now", Miriel Lenore , 1987 single work poetry
Bird Songi"From your mouth, I sip", Donna McSkimming , 1984 single work poetry
The Candlei"And then went in to a pine room full of sun.", Jan Owen , 1982 single work poetry
The poem is set in 1989, when 'szabadsag',(freedom) reached Hungary in the wake of Glasnost,and Russian troops are leaving. The narrator describes the room of a cultured and liberal schoolteacher doing a thesis on 'Contrapuntal Techniques' in Ezra Pound's 'Cantos.' Quotations from Pound and references to his chair (ie. his time) in Venice set up a delicate counterpoint between new freedom and ongoing culture in Hungary, Pound's WWII Fascism, and what is implied to be the enduring value of his poetry.

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