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Another Love Another Life

Graeme Hetherington

Publisher: Ginninderra Press

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'Graeme Hetherington's poems of loves and lives past are works of darkness describing human connections that lead ultimately to loss and loneliness. The emotional impact of the poet's mindscape and his relationships with others is enhanced by beautifully drawn images from the natural world and references to classical myths. These features, together with skilful versification, make this collection a poetic tour de force.' - Ralph Spaulding

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