Bernadette Hall

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Bernadette Hall (born 1945 in Alexandra, New Zealand) is a New Zealand writer and poet. She was raised in what she describes as a small-city Catholic community that was proud, theatrical and pretty much enclosed. After a career as a teacher of Latin and classical studies she started writing full time in her 40s. She has held residencies at both Canterbury University and Victoria University and is ... more »

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  • Mark Money Mark Money (10/17/2013 1:49:00 PM)

    Hi, Bernadette...we don't know each other, but I wonder if you would do me a favor. Would you mind looking at some of my poems and offering some critique? I read poems like yours and like what I see, very much. But it seems that when I try to write, they just don't flow as well as yours seem to. If you have a few minutes to spare and wouldn't mind offering some hints or tips on my work, I would appreciate it.
    Thanks much,
    Mark Money

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Best Poem of Bernadette Hall

Action Man

A softer sun
& smaller lusts

unzip
like leaves

in ‘grievy fall'
& so much to be

done I mean
of grieving

Menelaus
felt the pinch

& slipped his sable
ships from Tenedos

thumbed up
instead of tears

spring's slaughter

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