Nicole Levaque, Ava Dideban, James Rouleau (photography), Szara Joy, Joy San, Barbara Patterson, Anthony Zagar, Sebastian Chong, Phyllis Tressider, Miriam Harrison, and Paul Ungar.
In honour, love, and memory of Lise.
I’m sorry for trying to die, sorry for trying to live, sorry that I never came home that night, sorry for running, sorry for never learning to call wolf, sorry we fell apart, sorry we fell together, sorry that we can only remember the good things, sorry that we can never find it in ourselves to forget the bad things, sorry that I fought with our old and sad father, sorry that I never became her mother, sorry that I never learned to say I’m sorry that my poems always came to your bedside table. I’m sorry for reminding you that coming here was never in your plans.
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