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Loss Correspondence single work   poetry   "Where the wind shreds prayers, on a dark"
Is part of Volta Do Mar Felicity Plunkett , 2017 sequence poetry (number 1 in series)
Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Loss Correspondence
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    y separately published work icon Tincture Journal no. 18 Winter 2017 11378608 2017 periodical issue

    'In last issue’s editorial, Daniel Young wrote about his “recent preoccupation with landscape metaphors”, and while writing this editorial it was impossible for me not to be preoccupied with landscape: Tropical Cyclone Debbie made landfall as a category four system on 28 March near Airlie Beach, approximately 480 kilometres north of Rockhampton, where I live. Subsequently, the Fitzroy River flooded, peaking on 6 April at 8.75 metres.' (Stuart Barnes : Editorial introduction)

    pg. 7
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