Pam Brown Poems
- Rehab For Everyone hands so cold fingers ...
- Up North night is a nuisance when you’re sleeping on the ...
- Saxe Blue Sky (Thursday Mornin... the millennium train ...
- The Long Years these are the long years and these years are ...
- Darkenings born in a de-mountable, there you are now, ...
- Anyworld Artworld Theoryworld Mediaworld Infoworld ...
- Spirulina To Go if you haven’t been lost at the...
Pam Brown (born 1948) is an Australian poet.
Brown was born in Seymour, Victoria, and her childhood was spent in on military bases in Toowoomba and Brisbane. Since her early twenties, she has mostly lived in Sydney. She has made her living as a silkscreen printer, musician and film-maker, has taught writing, multi-media studies and film-making and worked from 1989 - 2006 as a librarian at University of Sydney. She lives in Sydney, Australia.
From 1997 to 2002 Pam Brown was the poetry editor of Overland and since 2004 has been the associate editor of Jacket magazine. She has been a guest at poetry festivals worldwide, taught at the University for Foreign Languages, ... more »
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Rehab For Everyone
hands so cold
tucked under legs
sitting in insect hiss
low white noise
gas heater undertone
no other sound
a car pulling up the hill
does that shrill thing
into pink air
a huge open yawn
almost breaks my jaw
the pen that makes the marks
alters the angles of the letters
of yesterday’s ...