This invigorating collection of poems highlights the beauty of the natural world which is often forgotten about in the new digital age. Robinanne Lavelle reminisces about the first road trip she took as a child which drove her strong admiration for nature. From the beaches of Bondi to the grapes of Barossa, and shipwrecks of the rugged west coast, Lavelle explores the small divinities which make Australia so magnificent whilst passing on apples of wisdom fed to her by her parents. With sharp turns and bumps, this road trip will cause a range of drastically different emotions but is sure to leave any reader changed and awakened. Whether a passionate environmentalist or an indifferent traveller, the road awaits...
ISBN : 978-1-80074-424-0
Pages : 68
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Robinanne completed a Bachelor of Economics, a Master degree in Business and another in Education Management. She has been a teacher, lecturer, and author of five textbooks in the social sciences. As well as academic pursuits, spirituality and emotional intelligence have been at the forefront of her life's journey.
Joan grew up on a farm. As a child, she fell off her bike resulting in daily epileptic fits. Despite missing a good deal of school, Joan was highly articulate, widely read, an avid poet, a watercolour artist, pastel colourist of black and white photographs, a political activist, campaigner for nuclear disarmament, accomplished dressmaker, cook and completed amazing crochet sets.