The gap between


Sister didn’t see the gap between

She was sitting near the window

Among the violets, pots matched by row

She said: the sunny days will keep

Mother didn’t see the gap between

She was talking over tea

Voice a-lilting, warmed by the steam

She said: smile, and the world smiles too

Lover didn’t see the gap between

He was exploring worlds through keys

Looking back as he moved on with ease

He said: learn, and go forth boldly

Father didn’t see the gap between

He was working the longest hours

Brushing off fog, ice, and showers

He said: be thankful for your living

Cousin didn’t see the gap between

She was making the morning coffee

Getting dressed in sunshine and beauty

She said: there are senseless regrets

You didn’t see the gap between

And you’ve passed out of reach

If I could speak, the gaps between

My letters would fall out to read

Come closer: the sunny days won’t keep

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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe


The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Coming Soon to Theatres Near You

Announcing the 2015 Canadian election as told through fiction, this year featuring C.S. Lewis’ most famous title!

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As the lion, we cast Mr. Mulcair. Because, that beard…

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