Tracing a summer's trip across Canada from Toronto to the West Coast and back, this collection of poems can be read like a subtly unfolding narrative. Examined individually, the poems illuminate doubt, loss and beauty. Though the pieces are short, they assemble a melody of shared summer memories.
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