21

 

Darwin. Always on my shoulder:
your eyes. We could drive
like that for days.

 

 

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20

 

this is how I like your love
coded, in camo
the dimming of search lights

 

 

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19

 

Redfern. In a world
of his own, smiling
at the safety of straight lines.

 

 

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18

 

after the wilderness,
we needed new streets,
smaller kangaroos, a ticket of forgiveness.

 

 

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The Missing Haiku (cont.)

17

In the dream, a stranger calls,
‘There are 70 stitches
of grief.’

We’re at stitch 36,
needle and thread, longing
for at least a ghost.

 

 

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16

 

I dream a pair of Jurassic fish
gasping in shallows
the ocean an Ice Age away

 

 

 

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15

 

15

in Canberra, you can go around
and around in circles
lost Griffin beating his wings

round and round the city
if we kept going like that
we’d never make the sea

 

 

 

 

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