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The Other Side of “Irish Eyes”

Brian Mulroney abroad and at home

The Ramble

Memories from the PMO

Vintage Years

Two political memoirs

Sandy Shreve

Sandy Shreve’s most recent books are her poetry collection Suddenly, So Much (Exile Editions, 2005) and the anthology In Fine Form: The Canadian Book of Form Poetry (co-edited with Kate Braid; Polestar/Raincoast Books, 2005). Her chapbook, Cedar Cottage Suite, is now available from Leaf Press.

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Sandy Shreve

Carnival Yard

A poem December 2007
Thrushes back! Juncos! Yard’s a-hoppin’ — towhees, too… Winter carnival! Whee! to winter! Yard- hopping, too! Carnival’s back — Thrushes. A junco. Winter yard: Juncos, thrushes, towhees hopping back to a carnival. Backyard carnival — jocant towhees, thrushes, us: oo, winter’s hoppin’! Hoppin’ juncos, yard’s a towhee carnival! Two thrushes. Winter’s back. Backyard towhees hush; juncos stop…