Corroboree in the sky

Sharkey, Michael
December 2013
Eureka Street;12/21/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 24, p16
Several poems are presented by Michael Sharkey "Headwater." First Line: The town sits on the waterway; Last Line: and sky that settles once again. "Currawong's Song." First Line: The bird that has no feather; Last Line: In sky. and "Poet to Critic." First Line: As Paul to Corinthians, mother to child, Last Line: P.S. I'll tell all the world that your prose is sublime.


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