Dorothy Hewett

(1923 - 2002 / Perth)

Dorothy Hewett Poems

1. Digging It In 8/25/2014
2. Go Down Red Roses 8/25/2014
3. My Party Is The Party Of Aragon 8/25/2014
4. Nullarbor Tea Party 8/25/2014
5. Once I Rode With Clancy 8/25/2014
6. The Dark Fires 8/25/2014
7. To The Literary Ladies 8/25/2014
8. Unanswered Love Letter 8/25/2014

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The Dark Fires

The dark fires shall burn in many rooms;
will they sometimes miss me with my tangled hair—
still girls in dark uniforms
crouching in winter with their cold hands trembling,
still voices echoing as our voices echoed
and the faded frumped-up form
of a mistress teaching French?
Does she remember us or do we pass
only like dreams of dark figures,
some with different hair or deep voices,
or merely countless hats hanging on pegs,
countless columns of moving massed black legs?
Our minds are sprawled on unforbidden lawns,
our voices lie like queer leaves in the ...

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