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Almanac Poetry: ‘Without Measure’ – Tommy Mallet

‘Without Measure’ by Tommy Mallet reflects upon the future and worries about the legacy we leave our children.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Cliffy’ – Tommy Mallet

Cliffy Young, a legend of the Otways and ultra-running, features in this week’s poem by Tommy Mallet, ‘Cliffy’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘No Wind’ – Tommy Mallet

Tommy Mallet’s latest: ‘No Wind’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Small, Soft Foot’ – Tommy Mallet

Tommy Mallet’s poem ‘Small, Soft Foot’ expresses the love of a young daughter and the ocean, both heavenly for a weary dad.

Almanac Poetry: ‘The Call’ – Tommy Mallet.

A lovely old couple, a strung out junkie watching bees, and labouring in a valley are all part of Tommy Mallet’s poem ‘The Call’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Exhale’ – Tommy Mallet

Tommy Mallet’s poem ‘Exhale’ reflects upon the relief of taking a break, visiting friends, the talk and the realities, and the issues that arise.

Almanac Poetry: ‘The Off Season’ – Tommy Mallet

This week’s poem from Tommy Mallet ‘The Off Season’ reflects life living in the tough environment of the bush, providing for loved ones and making ends meet.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Saw Repairs’ and ‘Jesus Shadow’ – Tommy Mallet

Two poems from Tommy Mallet; a response to the young, and the second, a reflection of a hard day’s work in the bush.

Almanac Poetry: Two Poems – Tommy Mallet

Two short poems from Tommy Mallet this week; ‘Dusk’ plus ‘And I Thought Of You’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘The Rattling Hush’ – Tommy Mallet

Observing fellow commuters is an interesting way to past the time during a train trip is the theme of Tommy Mallet’s poem ‘The Rattling Hush’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Worth A Damn’ – Tommy Mallet

Effort and admiration can differ in the eyes of the beholder as Tommy Mallet’s poem, ‘Worth A Damn’ suggests. [Language Warning! – Ed]

Almanac Poetry: ‘Fly’ – Tommy Mallet

A fly is a troublesome pest for a bushman as he works suggests Tommy Mallet’s poem, ‘Fly’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Pen Pals’ – Tommy Mallet

Correspondence between pen pals highlights the plight of a friend and the hardships she is dealing with in Tommy Mallet’s poem, ‘Pen Pals’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘People’ – Tommy Mallet

The crim, the writer, the barred lawyer, the thugs, and the one sure to be a mass murderer, are among the many characters introduced in ‘People’, an epic poem by Tommy Mallet. [Language warning – Ed]

Almanac Poetry: ‘Everything Slowing’ – Tommy Mallet

The slowness of time in the bush Tommy Mallet reflects upon in his poem, ‘Everything Slowing’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Peanuts and Bread’ – Tommy Mallet

The power of the wind in the bush can be awesome as Tommy Mallet’s poem ‘Peanuts and Bread’ shows.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Jono’ – Tommy Mallet

Mateship in the bush is the theme of Tommy Mallet’s poem, ‘Jono’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Friday Bourbon’ – Tommy Mallet

A bourbon or two, and a favour from the boss are all part of Friday knock off, as Tommy Mallet’s poem, ‘Friday Bourbon’, tells.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Moths Replace Butterflies’ – Tommy Mallet

There is a lot going on in the evening air as the wood is chopped suggests Tommy Mallet’s poem ‘Moths Replace Butterflies’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Wiregrass Cuts’ – Tommy Mallet

A wiregrass cut is one of the hazards working in the bush Tommy Mallet’s poem suggests.