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Homo Suburbiensis Drifters and Life-Cycle Bruce Dawe a well renowned Australian poet was born in 1930 in Geelong Who was once portrayed as an ordinary bloke with a difference Bruce Dawe writes about ordinary Australian people in the suburbs confronting their everyday problems He observes and records the sorrow and hardships of average people struggling to survive back in the 1940s Mr Dawe emphasises his views by composing three of his great simple poems Home Suburbiensis Drifters and my favourite Life-Cycle Poem Homo suburbiensis-Latin term for humans that live in the suburbs The poem shows a classical suburban household set on a quarter-acre block with a flower garden and lawn in front and a vegetable garden lawn at the back Dawe maintains that there is one constant value in a unstable world where politics play a major role The man is a suburban householder standing alone in his backyard on a quiet evening among his vegetables Dawes captures humorous terms like its not much but its all weve got The imagery suggests that Dawe is both celebrating suburbia while in some ways puts down the suburban householders dreams The rich smell of compost and rubbish The space taken vastly by overcrowds dry land with drying plants represent the overcrowding of suburbia His thoughts are lost escaping the pressures that comes with life The traffic unescapable to his mind Dawe shows a sympathetic look towards this person lost in a green confusion as even in the retreat of his backyard he still cannot escape the lifestyle of suburbs This is a good example of an ordinary life as this particular person needs to escape the pressures which highlight TIME PAIN LOVE HATE AGE EMOTION and LAUGHTER All which are present and Dawe makes that aware of an ordinary life Being achieved in his back yard Dawe proposes that ordinary lifestyles are not just eat work
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