Daybreak Montreal | Jan 4, 2013 | 3:10

Poem for 2013

Daybreak's own poet laureate has written a poem for us. Gabe Foreman is a Quebec Writers Federation award-winning poet. He wrote a new poem for 2013 and shared it with us in the Daybreak studio.

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