Crosses at Waverley Cemetery Sydney established on the cliffs overlooking Bronte. It has 40 acres of Victorian and Edwardian monuments opened in 1877 and is widely cited as being one of the most beautiful in the world. Some notables resting there are poets Henry Lawson and Dorothea Mackellar; Jules Archibald - founder & editor of The Bulletin & benefactor of
Australias greatest Art Prize and many more notables including some of my family who arrived in 1838.
Photo by Linda Leftwich
"As the moon ascends, the wolves come out to see the end.
They hide from view and wait to watch the ghost inside you come awake.
And when the shots go off, you hear them call, my heart is racing just to see it all.
To watch you crawl out of your changing shape, take all your breath and watch it come awake..."