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Black River Gorges
Melody | 3 May
Black River Gorges by Melody  I saw the view three times. The first: clouds were high, but growing heavier until
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The Blue Mountains.
Cedric | 26 April
The Blue Mountains Recounted in photos by Cedric I’ve always wanted to visit the Blue Mountains. I’ve seen countless photos
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Expanding Ideas of Love
Melody | 20 April
Expanding Ideas of Love Thoughts by Melody after watching The Danish Girl Love does not tell: it listens. Love is tender.
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Anna Karenina
Melody | 22 March
Anna Karenina: Understanding Levin's Meaning of Life A short analysis by Melody Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina is described as a love
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‘Les Lieux Caches’ – Perth’s Hidden Places
Cedric | 6 March
‘Les lieux caches’ - Perth's Hidden Places My favourite spots to visit. (All images taken by me) Most people who live
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A trip toward liberation, once again.
Cedric | 24 December
A trip toward liberation, once again. South Western Australia  The sun was rising, once again, from the east. I knew it
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Sometimes (A Poem)
Melody | 5 November
Sometimes (A Poem) By Melody Sometimes the sun is felt by all the far reaches of your skin, and you
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At Nanga Mill – a reflection
Melody | 18 October
At Nanga Mill - a reflection by Melody the distant intersecting slopes of pines the sun through rows of tall
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Moon and Me
Melody | 22 September
Moon and Me A poem by Melody It was the moon, not pale-faced and insipid, but luminous and holy, that
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Comet, Thoreau and Cox: Thoughts on Time
Melody | 15 September
Comet, Thoreau and Cox: Thoughts on Time Reflections by Melody We recently watched a movie (Comet, 2014, dir. Sam Esmail),
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The Meaning of Life
Cedric | 31 August
The Meaning of Life Reflections by Cedric   I’ve been so struck by this fundamental question – “What is the
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Sundays; Rest Days
Melody | 21 August
Sundays; Rest Days A reflection by Melody We drive somewhere; leaving the house, closing the windows, carrying just our water
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Cedric | 15 August
Afternoon   There is a sweet adoration for the time of the day when trees whisper along the breeze, When
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Boranup Forest
Melody | 6 August
We open the car door... Silence hangs from the branches. We hear a faint rustling of leaves, like the skirts
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Colours of York
Cedric | 1 August
Colours of York The summary of our day-trip to York The weather has been treating Perth with grey skies and
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An Adventure To The Tropics, Mauritius
Cedric | 20 July
An Adventure To The Tropics, Mauritius In the months of January and February 2016, a friend and I went on
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Three short poems by William Blake
Melody | 19 July
Three Short Poems by William Blake And three short responses by Melody The First: “Eternity” He who binds to himself
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Textures: A Poem
Melody | 10 July
Textures Look at large views and be reduced with awe, but don’t neglect the very small: bury your face in
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The Pursuit of Happiness
Cedric | 5 July

The Pursuit of Happiness Ever since little, I’ve heard countless voices utter the word ‘happiness’, and I’m sure you have

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Art Philosophy
Melody | 25 June

The creation of art is a mystery (a holy mystery, I might be tempted to say). It has something to do

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