where the lost things go


This collection of poems, by Irish Australian poet Casey, traces the experience of losing oneself through life's most formative journeys - from child to parent and rural-dweller to urbanite, against the backdrop of voluntary exile from one's homeland. The poems capture the raw emotions surrounding universal themes of loss, betrayal, dislocation and the emergence of hope.

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