Rose van Son

Rose van Son’s poetry has appeared in several journals including APJ, Cordite, Rabbit, Westerly; she has won prizes in the Tom Collins, the Ethel Webb Bundell (2016), the Ros Spencer and more. In 2015, she was a Perth Poetry Festival Guest, and guest in the 2017 inaugural Armadale Writers Festival. A collection of her works appears in Sandfire (Sunline Press) and Three in the Campagna. She is haiku editor for Creatrix Haiku online. She enjoys reading her work and her new poetry manuscript is ready to go.

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Gwyn Hanssen Pigott 1.1.1935 – 5.7.2013: after her work ‘Bright Shadow’, 2011 for best, it seems you have taken mother’s bowl the one she keeps her olives in, the tall green vase in plain alchemy white, given me by second …

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I have seen them weave in the evening by lamplight which creates effects that bring Rembrandt to mind. –Vincent van Gogh, 1884 & then, in the world that was her mother – when the sky was mauve & her dress …

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if the weather clears she will take the sea road walk along cliffs hang out near rocks where seals swim with purpose if the weather clears she will tie a line behind the chook shed hang dirty washing in the …

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