Category Archives: haiku

Sarah Anne Rocks

what happened here long ago that your rocks all stand on end?

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Monster Duck

… the hidden meaning of haiku On Tuesday 5th, in South Hobart, all performances finished, I was preparing for a recording session scheduled for the next day. Having finished writing my part of a collaborative score for a new duo … Continue reading

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pompoms

black trunks; green pompoms in just two days, so much change wallaby footprints! . photo by Daniel Hayley The next chapter in my Tarkine Adventure: -–> . Campsite of fallen giants few birds sing ..<–  The previous chapter

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few birds sing

24th & 25th March: While based at Arthur River, we spent one and a half days within our first burnt forest This and the header photo by Dan Hayley few birds sing or dart through absent undergrowth and brittle canopies; no … Continue reading

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The Road to Nowhere

… is the nick-name they gave this road – an incursion into forested wilderness heading north-west from Corinna. For a while, construction was stalled… hence the name ‘The Road to Nowhere.’ As one of Australia’s great poets, Bill Neidjie, said: … Continue reading

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Lake Burbury

Thursday March 24th  2016, Tasmania Put up the tent by moonlight near Lake Burbury last night. Woke with the first hint of day and wandered through woods and along a bank strewn with yellow, grey and pink rocks. So many … Continue reading

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Tarkine journal

Off to the North West of Tasmania in a borrowed car that makes random drumming noises and often feels as if the wheels are square… Continue reading

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