Here and Now Toronto | May 13, 2013 | 6:46

Poetry In Voice

In an era of communicating with 140 characters, some Canadian high school students are expressing themselves through poetry. We heard Anthony De Sa is a teacher librarian at Michael Power/St. Joseph Secondary School. Pearl Zaki is a Grade 11 student.

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