Exercise: windows

April writing exercises on suburban Brisbane windows*

Reading “An Ordinary Evening at Hamilton” (Malouf, 1974): “The garden shifts / indoors, the house lets fall / its lamp light, opens / windows in the earth”.

 

outside in

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Shrödinger’s verandah
the house seeding its elements
built-in and building out

everything gone but the fingernails

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after the demolition
just the fingernails

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a lightbulb inside
an avocado

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I seesaw in the skylight
alien in rust and oil
not waving but wavering

* Except for that bloody “hamburger” window, which was in St Marys, Tasmania, next to a discrete window for “savs”.
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