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Clinging single work   poetry   "To cling, by a breaking fingernail, to an undercut cliff,"
  • Author:agent Mark O'Connor http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/o-connor-mark
Issue Details: First known date: 1988... 1988 Clinging
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Poetry of the Mountains Mark O'Connor , Leura : Second Back Row Press , 1988 Z182003 1988 selected work poetry Leura : Second Back Row Press , 1988 pg. 54-55
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Olive Tree : Collected Poems 1972-2000 Mark O'Connor , Alexandria : Hale and Iremonger , 2000 Z764696 2000 selected work poetry Alexandria : Hale and Iremonger , 2000 pg. 148
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The ABC Book of Australian Poetry : A Treasury of Poems for Children Libby Hathorn , Pymble : ABC Books , 2010 Z1703020 2010 anthology poetry

    ''I am the river, gently flowing, as I wind my way to the sea.' (Mary Duroux)

    'Follow the river of poetry through country, town, the bush, the four seasons, night and day and explore the Australian landscape through the eyes of our best Australian poets.

    'In this beautiful collection of poems for children, award-winning author and poet, Libby Hathorn, has brought together favourites such as those by A.B. 'Banjo' Paterson, Dorothea Mackellar and C.J. Dennis, as well as more contemporary poems by Steven Herrick, Eva Johnson, Les A. Murray and others.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.
     

    Pymble : ABC Books , 2010
    pg. 36 Section: Part 2. All Along the River : Mountains, Forests and Plains
Alternative title: Restare appesi
First line of verse: "Restare appesi per il rotto dell'unghia ad un dirupo,"
Language: Italian
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