The chalk cliffs coastline of England’s South Downs is the setting for this week’s Poet’s Corner contribution from Pat Lee of Adelaide.
In this second Poet’s Corner contribution from John Bartlett, litanies are linked with precious memories of family.
This week marks the 12th anniversary of Poet’s Corner, which began as a regular feature in InDaily's print forerunner The Independent Weekly. In republishing the column’s first poem, poetry editor John Miles looks at other things also past.
In this week’s Poet’s Corner contributions, Linda Kohler reflects on the forever young.
Australian balladeer Henry Lawson wrote about the classic Australian east coast southerly busters. In this week’s Poet’s Corner, Robert Martland sets the opening reflections of his work-in-progress memoir against one.
Architect Frank Lloyd Wright said the best friends of mankind are trees. In this week’s Poet’s Corner, Casey Tonkin of Adelaide reflects on their fate.