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Poems: Rod Pederson

Rod Pederson's chapbook
This now exists, with copies still being folded and cut. To come out fully at the phafours table at the Ottawa Small Press Fair, upstairs at Jack Purcell by Elgin St. June 7th.

The 6 wonderful little potent poems by Rod Pederson includes this one:

bent into untimely sorrow

someday he’ll die and I will
bitter the Montreal winter and keen
and memory’s aching issue will twist
some small channelled bit
of comparable elegance

Leonard was a victim you could be
sure of

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  1. I’d love to see more of Rod’s poetry

    czandraJuly 16, 2015 @ 8:21 pm

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