Poem by Gerry Hill

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Piece for Paul

By Gerry Hill       

The specifics will vary
but the job of any one of us
is to open. No matter what
the frame, swing free.

Our minds after all are fields,
fellow critters. We might as well
consider ourselves electric
and leap away.

 

Award-winning poet and author Gerry Hill retired as an instructor of English at Luther College at the University of Regina in June 2015. His most recent book is A Round for Fifty Years: A History of Regina’s Globe Theatre (Couteau Books, December 2015).