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Poetry New Zealand 5 (1982)


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Poetry New Zealand
Editor: Frank McKay

(Volume 5, 1982)

ISBN 0-86868-041-9. 96 pp.

Dunedin: John McIndoe Limited, 1982



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    Introduction:
  1. Frank McKay / 7

  2. Poetry:
  3. Fleur Adcock / Drowning / Bethan and Bethany / 9
  4. Ken Arvidson / There Was a Day / Anne / 12
  5. Alistair Campbell / To My Grandson Maireriki Aged One Day / Sumaringa / Gathering Cape Gooseberries / 14
  6. *Meg Campbell / Solitary Confinement / Aftermath / 18
  7. Ruth Dallas / Poems from Jackinabox / 20
  8. Lauris Edmond / The Moths / Children / The Stranger / 22
  9. Helen Gabites / filiment-words from …/ And Again the Cry / Going North / 25
  10. *Keri Hulme / Wine Song [23] / Mushrooms and Other Bounty [Te Kaihau – 2] / 28
  11. Sam Hunt / Bottle to Battle to Death / Words for Tina (barmaid, Souther Cross) / 30
  12. Kevin Ireland / A World History / 34
  13. Michael Jackson / Socrates’ Death / The Old Gods / Fieldwork / 35
  14. LouisJohnson / To Welcome a Son / Holding the Snake / 39
  15. *Vivienne Joseph / Thoughts & Patterns / Those Horses / Error / 41
  16. Fiona Kidman / A Poem for Leigh / 44
  17. Bill Manhire / Children / An Outline / 46
  18. Rachel McAlpine / thank you very much / From ‘three bags full’ / 49
  19. Frank McKay / Piha / 52
  20. *Cilla McQueen / from Four Sonnets: i & iv / 54
  21. Barry Mitcalfe / Class Photo, ’48 to ’78 / 55
  22. *David J. Mitchell / After the Vogue / 56
  23. Beth Nannestad / Nasturtiums / 60
  24. Peter Olds / A Vew from Oriental Bay / 61
  25. *W. H. Oliver / Historian / This Candle / The Empty Chair / 63
  26. Margaret Orbell (trans.) / Lament for Ngaro [by Patuwhakairi, Hokianga, c.1845] / 66
  27. Vincent O'Sullivan / After the Ikons / In Parliament Grounds / Return Visit, Wisconsin / 68
  28. Alistair Paterson / from Accidents & Events / 71
  29. *Joanna Paul / this is not … / 73
  30. *Bill Sewell / Doctor Benn / 74
  31. *Stuart Slater / A Well-Loved House / His Seascapes Without Figures / 76
  32. Elizabeth Smither / Listening to Gregorian chant in bed / Nights Spent With Women / The Bell of Wordsworth / 78
  33. John Summers / Old Lover as Voyeur Etcetera / 81
  34. Brian Turner / Kites / Felling the Plum Tree / 83
  35. Hone Tuwhare / Steam Loco on a Siding / 86
  36. Ian Wedde / Poem With Two Lines From a Song / Here / 89
  37. J. E. Weir / The Insurrection / The Desert / 92

  38. Notes on Contributors / 94

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