Lachlan Peacock

Lachlan Peacock is a poet from Western Sydney. His work was previously shortlisted for the 2017 Newcastle Poetry Prize. He works in a fish and chip shop.

No. 5

A. nathos, althos, ardan crept willow aches the soil * whose names are these (whose hands) now kino stains the trunk your brothers slipjoint gleaned when we were younger grasps age cinders become sequence without object and mothlight bracks the …

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