March 12

Winter? My ears feel cool.
Cool, smooth, dry.
Winter? The air is rainy.
Rainy, breezy, sweet.

Corridor smells: coffee, light, voices.
Bustle, concentrate, murmur.
Whirr.
Keys type. Numbers generate. Diagrams draw.
The beach will be empty; lonely; peaceful.

Winter? My limbs are clothed.
Clothed, covered, safe.
Winter? The city is watered.
Watered, lighted, shined.

Winter is memory. Dark. Wind, rain. Lights in the dark.
Scarves, nights. Enclosed feet.
Winter is then. Buses, splashes. Carpets, boots. Static
plastic chairs.

Music, music!
Winter is better music than this.

2009 poetry publications

Coracle: Selected poems 1991-2007. Book. Reviewed in Indigo literary journal by Shane McCauley and in The West Australian newspaper by William Yeoman.

Aren’t we? Another Lost Shark, Queensland.

Nick Cave wind. Australian Reader.

picking at the world. Broadsheet, Edith Cowan University.

Cottonmouth, Perth:
He does not make words for me
pretty basic

Creatrix, WA Poets Inc, Perth:
Connect
Graham Nunn reading
How the fuck would you feel?
Listening to Calla
Nice
Shitload of pain
suck faint amity

on the white wind. dotdotdash, Perth.

offset. Recoil, no. 1, Perth Poetry Club.

2008 poetry publications

Review of Permitted to Fall by Kevin Gillam. Poem. Blast, issue 7, Canberra.

21, 2010. Australian Reader.

Cottonmouth, Perth:
Coracle
nail
Split
Tarmac

Creatrix, WA Poets Inc, Perth:
Annamaria Weldon at Poets Corner.
Input
offset
That radio moment

Hardcore. Masthead.

21, 2010. Melaleuca.

Numbat, Perth.
curl.
Davy Byrne’s
icons are burning
Liquefy
queensberry street
The space
torrential
Untitled (If I may have your love)

The Broadkill Review, USA.
entry statement.
Steel tube
trucked

Alien-eyed. Thirst, Perth.