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By Leffe Monette - June 2021-  In memory of the 215 Indigenous children found buried on the grounds of a former residential school in B.C.: UNEARTHED They were there and heard you crying As you took your first breath, they welcomed you With loving arms, and hopeful dreams, Unaware of what the others [...]

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That is my pride - By Dorothy Schram - Life isn't life, until you live in your truth Living the Gay Life, I don't want to hide Holding on to the Gay Flag, that is my proof With my rainbow colors, That is my Pride  Come out of the closet, No Face to [...]

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Poverty – By Dorothy Schram – I see the youth, sitting on the street Begging for money, for something to eat With empty tummies, how hard can it be When, there are so many living in poverty A woman in despair goes to a shelter With all her children, she is seeking beds No [...]

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The Fireplace - By Nick Gurevich - . One cold winter night, there was a log and an old broken chair lying next to each other in a fireplace, burning. Since there was nothing else for them to do, they started to talk. Actually, it was the old chair that did [...]

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Sometimes I feel... - By Nick Gurev - Sometimes I feel as ancient as the hills Some other times as young as morning dew One sunny day the soaring spirit wills The next – by darkness my weak flesh subdued. A hope is born with knowledge of its death A laugh is a [...]