Dianne Millett

Dianne Millett grew up in country Victoria, but now lives in Melbourne, Australia. She is a student studying Professional Writing and Editing at RMIT and has been published in Divan 7, The Mozzie, page seventeen and Offset No 9.


One thousand birds fret in damp trees the leaves shiver these fragments disturb me— except for the repetition of the doves. I remember your eggshell body an odour of almonds our words spilling splashing white walls red flagstones. Again and …

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Cape Weed

Cape weed wears cowards’ colours chokes healthy feed with jealousy true native fields borne by generations made useless by polluted seed bearing strong on the genome twisting in to hook and hold like burrs.

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