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Liberal Interpretations

Making sense of Justin Trudeau and his party

Clock Watching

The nuclear threat lingers still

Spending Power

Can compassion and efficiency be combined in the use of public funds?

Harold Rhenisch

Harold Rhenisch is an active literary editor of poetry, non-fiction, fiction and cross-genre work. His work includes memoir, drama, fiction, translation and environmental writing. These poems will appear in September from Frontenac House in his twelfth edition of poems, Two Minds, a book of ghazals that he wrote over 30 years, while his other 27 books came and went. Along the way he has won the Malahat Review Long Poem Prize (twice) and the Ryga Prize.

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Harold Rhenisch

  The irises flood the room with the scent of pebbles filtering moonlight along the platinum river.   The state of the Big Bang in the long morning after: dandelions littering the lawn’s leaf litter,   their veins filled with a white and bitter milk — the stars among us. At last, it is November.…
  Birds walk low to the ground among the stalks of the wheat. They are not afraid. It is late summer. No one is afraid.   In their dreams the men and women stand in the night on the peaks of their houses with their children between them   and stare up into the cold clear current where the earth eats the…