Sprucewood Library Love Song

Yesterday I spent the afternoon at the Sprucewood Library celebrating the Edmonton Public Library’s 100th birthday. It was a happy festivity as everyone was made welcome and offered cake and refreshments.

My poem ” Sprucewood Library Love Song” was part of the Powerpoint presentation in the conference room. The presentation also proudly described the wonderful staff at Sprucewood and the library’s history. I spoke with several people who remembered the “library bus” coming to their neighbourhoods.

A good day.

Congratulations to Elaine Jones and her team. at the Sprucewood Library.  Happy birthday EPL!

Sprucewood Library Love Song

I love you- this I cannot deny,

Read on and I will tell you why.

I hold you close to me at my Alberta Avenue bodega,

Your words inflame my blood, like those of Twilight Saga.

The very thought of you makes my eyes go misty.

Especially your collection of Agatha Christie !

I think of you, my book- filled love, before I go to sleep,

Of whaling trips and sailing ships and all the worlds you keep.

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