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Tag Archives: A Fibonacci Poem for Australia Day
~ I wrote this poem in 2013, I think, and my Facebook friend Ag Nes created this digital photo. * Citizenship ceremonies will be held all over Australia today. People will celebrate in green parks and on sandy beaches, in … Continue reading
This is lovely Jennifer Mosher, Managing Director and Editor of NARRATOR INTERNATIONAL, who gave me the encouragement I needed to continue writing poetry: she accepted the first poem I had submitted – ‘A Fibonacci Poem for Australia Day’. My poems appear … Continue reading