Clive James, renowned Australian journalist and essayist, published this poem entitled “Japanese Maple” a few days ago in the New Yorker. A whistful meditation on a tree planted in the backyard garden by his daughter, the poignance of the poem is intensified knowing that the author is in the final stages of terminal cancer. Continue reading Japanese Maple, a poem by Clive James
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