i remember the flicks in the outdoor theatre on summer holiday with that big white screen before whispered anticipation saw the projector light reflect from dust particles then the dinosaur Jurassic film had us recall miniature classroom relationships wondering to ourselves who knew how to put this together no matter how clumsily
Note: Edited at Ochre Coast Poets July 9th, 2022
Geoffrey Aitken writes in Adelaide, on unceded Kaurna land as an awarded emerging poet whose stylized industrial minimalism shares his lived experience with publishers both locally (AUS) and internationally (the UK, US, CAN, Fr & CN), this year at, ‘New Verse News’ and more recently at, ‘Discretionary Love’, ‘State Of Matter’ and ‘Black Poppy Review’. The next US, at ‘Déraciné Magazine’ summer 2022. Later this year at ‘Social Alternatives’ (AUS). Thirty years in central Australia in education with six remote, births ideas for much of Geoffrey’s writing.