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  1. Comparison of The Past and Seasonal Flocking

    Let no one say the past is dead.
    The past is all about us and within.
    Haunted by tribal memories, I know
    this little now, whose long making
    is so much of the past.
    Tonight here in Suburbia as I...
  2. I suppose the main theme could be: -interference...

    I suppose the main theme could be:
    -interference of human with nature
    -a cycle
    -Transition in life (colour, seasons..)
    -isolation and despair

    Tone could be: reminiscing and reflective? What do...
  3. Did a little bit of research: Number 8 could...

    Did a little bit of research:

    Number 8 could represent cycle, balance, goal-oriented, focused, a force that just as easily creates and destroys.
    White cockatoos are thought to help bring light...
  4. Hi Pompey Thanks. I do agree with you. The...

    Hi Pompey
    Thanks. I do agree with you.

    The reasons why I said it could relate to the Aboriginal are because:
    1. Judith Wright was a campaigner for Aboriginal's land right.
    2. The tone is quite...
  5. Hi. Pompey. Thanks! I am new here, sorry. I have...

    Hi. Pompey. Thanks! I am new here, sorry.
    I have edited it.
  6. Help me analyze this poem? By judith wright

    "Seasonal Flocking"

    Last week outside my window
    the tree grew red rosellas,
    berry-bright fruits, the young ones
    brocaded with juvenile green.
    I said, the autumn's ending.
    They have come out...
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