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“In Christie Pits” – Poem by Heather Emme

Once more for the #tgif crowd, my #poem about #Toronto landmark #ChristiePits: https://t.co/LGkMjtZypv #cancon #outdoors — Heather Emme (@heatheremme) June 17, 2016 In Christie Pits The wading pool is emptied out The trees have left their leaves about You wear no coat, but breathe a cloud In puffs that float, above the crowd At play […]

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