Penny Dedman is a retired TV Producer and script writer, and has been writing most of her life, even when she didn’t want to. She writes short stories, poems and is three-quarters of the way through a novel.
The car ferry crosses to the rainforest:
I heard the glissando whistle of the whip bird
You took the photo of me leaning on the rails,
You had said: ‘What if I just keep driving?’
The solitary sitter on the plane
The flight home to London,
mindful of family
and another life.
Footnote: The Daintree is a river in the Northlands, Australia.
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