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  • Annamaria Weldon
    Lyra House Denmark Poetry Reading evening with Caroline Caddy at Tea House Books Denmark Mentoring for local residents and community writing groups August 2010 Poetry Workshop Science Made Marvellous Sponsored by writingWA and Poets Union for National Science Week For John Curtin College for the Arts Fremantle W A Students August 2010 Poetry Workshops x 2 Science Made Marvellous Sponsored by writingWA and Poets Union for National Science Week For Applecross Senior High School Year Students May 2010 2 Guest Lectures Writing Place based on Sharing the Edge At Curtin University Bentley W A For Creative Non Fiction students Yrs 1 and 3 April 2010 Creative Writing full day workshop with site visit to Yalgorup wetlands At Sth Yunderup Mandurah and Yalgorup National Park For WWF Australia Landcare managers March April 2010 3x Nature Writing and Poetry Workshops At Community First International Mandurah For Disability Services clients aged 18 40 participating in the Stretch Festival 2010 Sharing the Edge Project March April 2010 7x Community Writing Workshops At Falcon Library Mandurah and Lake Clifton For Scribblers U3A and other writers contributing to Sharing the Edge cross media Art Project for the Stretch Arts and Culture Festival 2010 City of Mandurah

    Original URL path: http://annamariaweldon.com.au/pages/events/workshops.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Annamaria Weldon
    Bibra Lake talk and poetry reading October 9 2010 Perth Poetry Club The Moon Perth featured poet September 5 2010 Poetry of the Sacred St John s Fremantle National Poetry Week guest poet July 26 2010 Fremantle Art Centre Shane McCauley s The Drunken Elk new poetry collection launch speech Annamaria Weldon July 9 2010 Rhythm of the Wild nature writing symposium Alexander Library Perth panelist July 2 2010 Launch

    Original URL path: http://annamariaweldon.com.au/pages/events/presentations.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Annamaria Weldon
    Her themes revolve around time love distance change loss a sense of place beginning anew the ambiguities even in the seemingly closest of relationships Shane McCauley Indigo 3 Summer 2009 Writing about the Yalgorup wetlands I ve become the Lakes

    Original URL path: http://annamariaweldon.com.au/pages/writing/onnature/themes.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Annamaria Weldon
    from There is only a handful of places left on earth where thrombolites still live and grow In their precariousness they point not only to life s origins but to the darkening edge which all living things must eventually reach I think of that time at the end of each day when the black swans fly in low from the south necks outstretched They look like a line of long

    Original URL path: http://annamariaweldon.com.au/pages/writing/onnature/essay.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Annamaria Weldon
    stanza from Curled works beautifully I love the peninsula folded like a hinge Anna can I pinch that line We re there right there with sun and wind lifted from the page Anna Maria may have been born and raised in Malta she seems have had significant and very deep relationships with places and people she appears to have a propensity for walking in plazas and market places and experiencing

    Original URL path: http://annamariaweldon.com.au/pages/writing/onnature/review.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Annamaria Weldon
    an old ritual from before Roman times that seems to waken an elemental awareness As though the bright crystals scraped from coastal rock packed in hessian sacks and hauled away charged the air with disturbance the knowledge of edges and of endings There are mornings more frequent now when I can hear a feather fall to earth One feather enough to make a bird She used to say this to me when I was little as we sat on warm stones by the road She would place in my palm a feather she had gathered on our walk Close your eyes she would say and as I did her words conjured a bird out of the empty sky I felt its claws wired to my fingers their corrugated skin aginst mine as I cupped its quivering body in my hand its heart pounding against my pulsing wrist Her breathing sounds like waves coming ashore The soft Mediterranean washes across the wet sand with a sigh glazing it with a brief radiant illusion of glass As it withdraws the shells along the tide line tinkle softly shifting against each other in the backflow The sand hushes all before the sea rises

    Original URL path: http://annamariaweldon.com.au/pages/writing/onnature/fiction.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Annamaria Weldon
    flooding a mercury network of creeks I am being unfurled with the Zen deliberation of a birthing leaf Perception turns inside out merging with every stone watercourse plant creature mound of earth A single exhalation radiates from everything We are all part of a great consciousness imagining this dreaming us the bush and I aspects of a story time narrates revealing and concealing Annamaria Weldon A poem older than words

    Original URL path: http://annamariaweldon.com.au/pages/writing/onnature/haibun.htm (2016-05-02)
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