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Request to post Blog dets.

Started Feb 21, 2012 0 Replies

Well, here it is -     jamesjottings.blogspot.comIn addition, a few other contact methods -   www.nwg-inc.comGmail - rimeriter@gmail.comSkype :    jimspain1…Continue

Aussie as she is.

Started Oct 10, 2011 0 Replies

Aussie Outback. Rough and rugged winding coastline, between the oceans and the sea.
 Lost and lonely is the Outback,lacking sustenance to share.Arid Plains and Ancient Mountains, in a land remote and…Continue

Tags: Rimeriter., Spinifex, Outback, Aussie

Paraprosdokian 2 :

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andy Glenn Jul 27, 2011. 1 Reply

"She got her good looks from her father,                                    he's a plastic surgeon".Continue

What is ?

Started Jul 8, 2011 0 Replies

A Paraprosdokian : To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism; To steal from many is research.*Continue

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Aussie Stuff.

My  Australia.

 

Australia My Land,

one nation and free,

an island of beauty encircled by sea.

 

Great mountain ranges, deserts of gold,

mysterious secrets yet to be told.

Plains so extensive, rivers and gorges,

beauty and splendour a canvas it forges.

Snowcapped escarpments waterfall spun,

crystals of brilliance vibrate in the sun.

Birds in a spectrum of colour and light,

myriads of rainbows banking in flight.

 

My land, Australia,

much more to behold, an artistic canvas of

green, silver and gold.

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©1997.

NOTE - unable to make this paste into Poetry area ??

 

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Bush Birds.

Posted on May 26, 2012 at 16:09 0 Comments

Maggie comes to Town.



He had flown across the mountain, because the water’s runnin’ low,

parched lands were increasing day by day.

He travelled to the city where the rivers were in flow,

found them pleasant and decided he might stay.

It was the Georges, where he landed, to have a look around,

found a lake with tall timber at its edge.

Sighing She-oaks spindled branches waving gently in the…

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Tethered to the World.

Posted on February 21, 2012 at 11:04 0 Comments

Twenty First Birthday Celebration

National Year of Reading

 

Holroyd City Council

Library Service

2012

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We commemorate this celebration

in carefully chosen ways by remembering

Henry Lawson…

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Red Centre.

Posted on February 13, 2012 at 16:28 0 Comments

Ayres Rock.

1952.                                                              

Nestling in a desert wasteland

is this monolith of fame,

perhaps a creature quietly sleeping,

omniscient, oh! so tame.

Knowing all but seeing nothing

as many others pass it by

while it dwells in concentration…

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Naracoorte Nonsense.

Posted on January 13, 2012 at 15:32 0 Comments

Naracoorte Nonsense ?

 

Two tiny steam engines following along

both of them singing their sweet little song,

sucking up dust, spreading to air,

the farmer must feel downhearted despair.

But no !

He is just - clover seed harvesting.

Collecting seeds, expelling some dust,…

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Comment Wall (3 comments)

At 17:46 on June 11, 2011, Adrian Wiggins said…
Hi Jim, and welcome to the Sydney Poetry social site.

This is a social site built by the poets (and friends) of Sydney (and surrounds) for the poets (and friends) of Sydney (and surrounds).

You can:

This being a social site the more we all do here the more interesting it becomes for everyone. 

 

There's no membership fee, and no editor deciding what gets published (there is though just a bit of post facto moderation to keep it clean and on-topic).

 

So others here know a bit more about your interest in poetry it'd be great if you introduced yourself with a few words in a post or the text box on your profile page.


I hope you enjoy your time on the site and find it useful, and please let us know what you think.

 

Best wishes,

Adrian

At 16:28 on September 6, 2011, Ken Setter said…

Hi Jim

Thanks mate, I was feeling a bit lonely. Not come to grips with the way things work around here yet 

Ken Setter

At 14:16 on September 23, 2011, Ken Setter said…
Think I might be getting a bit of a handle on this thing mate. Like your photos.

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