From the Maitland Mercury report:
Having travelled half-way across the continent, Yanwyn Kirby trudges over the rain-softened earth under a swollen sky to catch up with his cousin, Les.
“He’s kind of like a mate, he’s definitely a cousin, but you think of him as a mate,” Kirby says.
The 59-year-old is walking through the Catholic section of the East Maitland Cemetery. He passes row upon row of departed souls until the mown grass surrenders to the unkempt border.
And 100 years after his death, Darcy’s short life of just 21 years transcends time.
Full article available at Maitland Mercury, 19 May 2017.