A Day's Grace by Robyn Sarah
Finalist for The A.M. Klein Prize for Poetry in 2004
To be given a day’s grace is to be granted an extension, a brief stay of a deadline — one last chance to make good what has been left unfinished. But a day’s grace is also the grace that any day brings — its ordinary gifts that are so easily missed in the crush of a day’s business. These are poems that quietly catch us by the sleeve and point us towards those gifts, saying: Look! Look now, before it gets dark.
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