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  1. Just to give some brief context to this poem. It was written after viewing photo after photo of survivors of the recent bushfires near my home. One image in particular struck me: An aerial shot of a lone figure in a blackened paddock, his shoulders hunched. You could see the grief, anguish, in the curve of his back and head.

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