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Nick Harrison

Nick Harrison is an undergraduate student teacher/dish cleaning technician/marathon runner/occasional writer born and raised under Central Victorian skies in Bendigo before relocating on a quest for knowledge to the worst house on a nice street in Melbourne's Outer East. He was given a poetry book for kids as a seven year old and has been mesmerised by the feel of words and language ever since.

Bricks of Myrtle

My body tears apart Upon its peripheral side I get to thinking About the ghosts that knock politely Whilst I fix my demented cereal Brush my stockpile hair Stare at the vicious bricks All I can see on the red …

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