"Even though my body stayed on the prairies in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, I spent much of my summer in Quebec, visiting Montreal and Quebec City, remote parts north along the shore of the St Lawrence, but mostly a small village absolutely off the grid . . ."
Our third Poetry Week entry offers us a fascinating "What is . . . "
"'“If your daily life seems poor, do not blame it; blame yourself that you are not poet enough to call forth its riches; for the Creator, there is no poverty.'"
"As the years passed, Elgar’s “attitude towards his Catholic faith degenerated from discomfort and indifference to fierce antipathy,” says Hough. And in 1934, in his final hours, Elgar had to be convinced to allow a priest to anoint him."