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Lilt of Life

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Lilt of Life is a beautifully written collection of poems by Zora Cross. The poems are filled with vivid imagery and emotion, allowing readers to connect with each piece on a deep level. Cross's words flow effortlessly, creating a sense of rhythm and melody throughout the book.

The themes explored in Lilt of Life are raw and powerful, ranging from love and heartbreak to nature and spirituality. Cross's ability to capture the complexity of human emotions in her poetry is truly remarkable. Each poem feels like a window into the author's soul, inviting readers to reflect on their own experiences and feelings.

Overall, Lilt of Life is a captivating read that will linger in the minds of readers long after they have finished the book. Zora Cross's talent as a poet shines through in every line, making this collection a must-read for poetry lovers everywhere.

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Published in 1918, Zora Cross’s book of poems, The Lilt of Life, was her third book of verse, and, like her earlier works, largely focused on her experiences of love, erotic entanglements , and motherhood. Many of the poems are written as an homage to her then-husband, David McKee Wright, whom she met while writing for The Bulletin, where Wright was her editor, causing a significant scandal in Sydney literary circles. - Summary by Elise Dee

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