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Brentley Frazer

Brentley Frazer is a widely published Australian poet. His poems and other writings have been published in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, France, U.K, U.S.A, India, Japan and Slovenia. He is currently (2015) in the final stages of a PhD (poetry/experimental literature/creative nonfiction) at Griffith University supervised by the poet Anthony Lawrence and the writer Nigel Krauth. Visit www.brentley.com for more poems and other literary experiments.

Tears in the Symphony

I feel like a terrible thespian or maybe a great comedian playing a retarded character, like Freddy Benson. Other-days I feel like that guy who shot himself during The Watchmen, like an octopus in a tank of lobsters. Your lips …

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Listerine™ on skinned knees

Your whale tethered to a pier is symbol of the difference between our generations, this process of being that fosters experience, this treacle dimension in which the unknown discovers itself. It's gotten thinner this syrup, since you ran for your …

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