This collection of poetry deals with loneliness, transience, love and loss. Describes the plight of Dorothy, a firefighter who lost her life in the 1983 Ash Wednesday fire. Includes the award-winning poem 'The Ache', which considers the existence of an aged shearer.
by Rowland, Robyn
Five Islands Press, Wollongong, NSW, 2001
Categories: Health and Wellbeing, Motivational
Subjects: Bereavement, Coping, Loneliness, Poetry, Relationships
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