Six Buttons and Other Poems of Everyday Life

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Six Buttons and Other Poems of Everyday Life is a short collection of poetry taking apart routine life events and looking more closely at the ordinary. This book of eight poems opens up some of the smallest everyday occurrences, like watching an old lady walk by, and forces them down into artistically worded poems for you to enjoy. They offer a new perspective on the monotony in an ordinary life. More
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About Darcie Morris

Darcie Morris is a poet and fiction writer from Western Australia. She studied a BA in Writing and Children’s Literature at Edith Cowen University. Her poem Pockets was shortlisted for the ACU Poetry Prize 2016 and published in the Prize Chapbook. She is very enthusiastic about Australian authors and poets.

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Selwood reviewed on on Oct. 26, 2016

There is so much in these poems that captures my daily life. The title piece is one of simple beauties that demands more than one read.
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Aurelia Black reviewed on on Oct. 26, 2016

These poems are a lovely snippets of life and love. I really enjoyed them, and they're so rhythmic I'd love to hear them read aloud.
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Amy Doherty reviewed on on Oct. 26, 2016

This collection of poems is a really pleasant and comfortable read. All too often poetry feels too far out of a reader's reach - Darcie has really captured the essence of each poem and made it accessible to all of her readers, especially those who do not consider themselves 'poetry fans'. Special mention to Toe Curses, my personal favourite.
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