PRIVILEGE IN TWO MOMENTS 1 To witness the end of so many leaves' lives. 2 Along with notification being a tap on the shoulder from just one with a farewell. THE MORNING ACTIVIST (In honour of the mothers in Ukraine) Peace is a female cardinal eating snow left by high-winds between the needles of a back-yard fir.
Chad Norman lives and writes in Truro, Nova Scotia. In 1992, he was awarded the Gwendolyn MacEwen Memorial Award For Poetry. The judges were Margaret Atwood, Barry Callaghan, and Al Purdy. His poems appear in journals, magazines, anthologies around the world. A new book, A Matter Of Inclusion is out now.
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