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Submission to Cordite 81: LAND

14 February 2017

Land

Poetry for Cordite 81: LAND is guest-edited by James Stuart and Jane Gibian.

The land: timeless, underfoot, taken for granted. To live off it. To care for that land. The land.

#landscape #sublime #wild #topiary

Disturbed land. Conserved land.

Whose land? Yours, mine, the landlady’s?

Landlocked.

Land unlocked.

(don’t) Lock the gate!

To land: a punch, on your feet, a fish, a job, a chopper.

Step ashore. Landmark. Landslide: to win, to cover. To bury. Land.


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