This poem is currently unpublished. Every time I drive through Alberta I am reminded of my childhood, fields of of yellow canola (rape seed). Memories of witnessing sexual violence.
This poem is currently unpublished. I have read it at the Men Resisting Violence Against Women 2012 reading at UNBC hosted by Dr. Si Transken. You will find a longer track because I take you through the tempos of this memory from my childhood.
This poem is currently unpublished, Daniel Gallant 2013 © I will include both visual text and audio for this poem.
This poem is currently unpublished © 2012. This poem was inspired by love. The first line in this piece is linked to my published poem (SFU: West Coast Line No. 72, 2012) called Blue Life, which was dedicated to one of my daughters. This Poem Awaits, She re-visited me today. I read it out loud. … Continue reading
Daniel Gallant © This poem was published in the West Coast Line from Simon Fraser University 2012. This poem was posted with a narrative on my blog months ago here. I have broke up the audio into parts for you to listen to. First is the narrative intro, and the second is the actual poem.
Daniel Gallant © This poem and narrative are currently unpublished. This poem is currently unpublished, but was featured prior in this blog. Here is the story that goes with this poem. This is the narrative: This is the poem: