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Linda Marie Walker
Linda Marie Walker is a writer and artist who lives in the south east of South Australia. She has a PhD in literature and has taught at the University of South Australia, Adelaide. Her writing has appeared in literary, art, and academic publications including Otis Rush, Landfall, West Coast Line, Southerly, Angelaki, Space & Culture, Otiliths, IDEA Journal, Architectural Theory Review, Performance Research, Photofile.
Enormous this how
I am in hand until back in room
And the black everything was as I’d left it
Midnight pots held dead ferns
And torn a washing machine
With shirts and towels
In the background more dark
Flush windows between
And take off the sky closed rain
Was a dismal sight far in the distance
Of hope would carry me to those peaks
Was playing waltzes these said
He went on to recite the lyrics
Showed a procession of heads
Crowds this lovely gliding
More precise more disturbing
The windows I moved to an armchair
I dozed and dreamed the life I lived