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Jim Murdoch - A Class of Symbols

And I’ve just finished Giotto’s Circle by Diana Brodie, who grew up in New Zealand. She’s the host of the Cambridge Writers’ Group meetings I attend, so I had read quite a few of the poems before, but it was fun to see them so professionally produced, and to read more of her work. She maintains a good balance between accessibility and mystery. There’s enough detail to get a pretty fair idea of what she’s driving at, but enough vagueness to keep you thinking. I could use work on that myself,

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18.02 | 20:17

cont. felt we were sharing it with you.
Best wishes and thanks for your poems. Liz

04.11 | 01:10

I love these poems more and more as I read them again and again. For me there are elements of Japanese Haiku in some of her poems. Diana Brodie is so talented.

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