Andrew Brion 2 poems

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Andrew Brion is based in Melbourne, Australia. His poetry primarily reflects on the human condition, on politics and on travel. He has published poetry in several local arts magazines and is active at spoken word events in Melbourne. He published his first poetry book, Soul Moves, in 2018.

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