Going Out for Ice Cream

His father didn’t think much of his son

But that’s okay because the son never thought of the father

 

But that did not stop them

For going out for ice cream

On different days

And in different cities

 

Neither was fond of vanilla

–Grant Guy

Grant is a Winnipeg writer, poet, playwright, director, designer, puppeteer, producer, video maker and editor. He has one book published, On The Bright Side of Down. His writings have appeared in Unbridled II, Lexica, Paper Wait, Peaking Cat Poetry Magazine, Prairie Journal, Canadian Dimension, Northern Light, and Poolside.

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