I write poems to figure things out.
This is the 15th year of National Poetry Month here in Canada.
Most of the poets I know don’t pay much attention when they are supposed to be fêted, toil as they do in the shadows for most of their hard scrabbled days.
This month-long toast to their craft and wizardry should also include spoken word brilliance.
Today’s salute goes to poet Sarah Kay.
Because I have two of my own, here is “If I should have a daughter…”
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