Author: Peter Bakowski

  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Notes against a closed-fist mind

    • Peter Bakowski
    • 15 October 2013
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    Time is lost more often than it's found. Be wary of having too many intentions. Make the rut you're in as uncomfortable as possible. Don't dwell in dark places unless it's to gain empathy for those who dwell in dark places. No one is born with a conscience. If pigs could fly, there'd be less bacon.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    City rush hour adventures

    • Peter Bakowski
    • 20 November 2012
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    What a gift is hunger. Because of it your ancestors left their caves, explored plains, valleys, rivers, seas. Their adventures became stories, paintings, songs. There's the story of each person, on the trains, trams, street corners. How vulnerable you are, how strong you are.

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    Peter Bakowski

    • Peter Bakowski
    • 17 May 2007

    Born in Melbourne in 1954 to Polish-German parents, Peter Bakowski has been writing poetry for over twenty years. His poems have been published in literary journals wordwide and have been translated into many languages. His first book In the human night  won the Victorian Premiers Award for Poetry.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Someone will have to go

    • Peter Bakowski
    • 15 May 2007

    Having looked at the quarterly figures, he says / that someone will have to go. / It's Weems, a bit of a gambler, a bit of a tippler, / whose eyes stray from sales charts and balance sheets / to ankles and the racing form.

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