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A short collection of poems with heavy under-tones on end of life. This collection deals with loss and grief with an emphasis on immature death. It draws from life experience providing a podium to express loss from the darkest of places. It is influenced by several Irish poets and musicians whose melancholic premises are intrinsic to the spoken arts in Ireland. There is a dark brooding atmosphere to the work, used in a cathartic way. It provides an opportunity to celebrate, to rejoice, to mourn, to suffer, using the instrument of words. The collection is cleansing.

Produktbeschreibung
A short collection of poems with heavy under-tones on end of life. This collection deals with loss and grief with an emphasis on immature death. It draws from life experience providing a podium to express loss from the darkest of places. It is influenced by several Irish poets and musicians whose melancholic premises are intrinsic to the spoken arts in Ireland. There is a dark brooding atmosphere to the work, used in a cathartic way. It provides an opportunity to celebrate, to rejoice, to mourn, to suffer, using the instrument of words. The collection is cleansing.
Autorenporträt
Pam Kensit was born in Southern Ireland. She met David while on a visit to Australia at the Narrawa Memorial Hall at 7am on New Year's Day 1989. After a stint in Ireland where they married, she and David moved to the family farm, Moorabinda, in rural New South Wales in 1990. Once on the farm she threw herself into farm life and into the Crookwell community.In 2000, Pam published her first book, Top of the Range Women. Then in 2005 she published Comfortable Food,a local cookbook featuring rural food. From 2016 she has served on the Upper Lachlan Shire Council.In 2018 her book Dust to Mud was published. She has produced two children's books in her Weeloo series. She is an accomplished painter, showing her work both internationally and locally.She has two adult children, Simon, and Pippa.Pam lives at Moorabinda with David, three Jack Russell's, a rescue greyhound, four kelpies, two cats and five horses and a lot of sheep.Poems outside the Fold is her first book of poetry.