Monthly Archives: April 2011

Sue Chenette | Toronto, ON | LCP member since 2009

Making Bread Pudding in Paris *** Sue Chenette grew up in northern Wisconsin and has made her home in Toronto since 1972. She is the author of Slender Human Weight, Guernica Editions, 2009. Her second full-length collection, The Bones of … Continue reading

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Lynn Tait | Sarnia, ON | LCP member for over 10 years

Mother and Son I remember when he held my hand, insisted on it, though no longer a baby or even a toddler. Regret the times I insisted he walk unfettered by my fingers, now that I miss those cheeks that … Continue reading

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Richard McCullough | Vancouver, BC | LCP member since 2010

*** Joining LCP in 2010, Richard McCullough is a featured international writer in http://www.ditchpoetry.ca and has published poetry in academic journals, literary magazines, and webzines in England, Canada and the U.S. The poet is currently pursuing an MSc in applied … Continue reading

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Ariel Gordon | Winnipeg, MB | LCP member since 2009

A year in: fireweed First thing. You are sturdy in your sundress your bare shoulders newel posts shiny from every cupped hand, every corner turned. A month into this heat wave we all want rain. Oh & ripe tomatoes & … Continue reading

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Dorothy Mahoney | Windsor, ON | LCP member since 2006

mending the pocket what is inside doesn’t show so I use brown thread on the grey lining not knowing where the grey is wanting to hold it all in so I use brown thread on the grey lining thinking about … Continue reading

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Steven Ross Smith | Banff, AB | LCP member for years

The Man with a Nosebleed Tilts his head back to keep life from pouring out. The body keeps its secrets mostly under wraps but occasionally reveals a rupture, a cough, a stumble, in spontaneity a coupling. Red, the most striking. … Continue reading

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Kim Goldberg | Nanaimo, BC | LCP member since 2008

#17. Push boat with flow of water if you want to mend a cloth to preserve it, you must send a thread through a tiny hole in a needle called an eye if you want to replicate the world to … Continue reading

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