Monthly Archives: September 2019

A Country Boy after a few days in the Big Smoke

by Daniel Kelly, Sydney, 2019 What compels folk to live in this dense morass of flesh and concrete? Is there some hidden attraction that escapes my small town eyes, do those here stay out of necessity or fear of leaving … Continue reading

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Old Man in Rushcutters Bay

by Daniel Kelly – 2019 We will wait, standing like trophies in your manicured lawns. Torn from our wives and mothers and made to stand, equal spaced, among our enemies, alone. Torn from the soil of our ancestors, from the … Continue reading

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