Truth and Reconciliation Poems

To finish the Truth and Reconciliation week we made poems. These poems reflect how we felt, what it might have been like to be there and what Truth and Reconciliation means. We have all worked very hard on these to demonstrate what we have learned. They are all beautiful masterpieces in their own unique way and we hope you read each and every one carefully to understand what this has meant to us. Hope you enjoy!

Please click on the links below the pictures to read our poems.

-Bookexplorer125

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Racism

A Breath of Residential School

Torn

Forgiving

Freedom

Hurt

Feelings about the past

Time

Scars

Loving and Accepting

Truth

The Healing

No One

Understand

The Venom

Remember, Don’t Forget

Regret

Pain

Forgiveness

The Poem of What Could Have Happened

Survivors and Teachers

Listening to the Past

Home

Tears

Hurt

Grateful

Belonging

Fear

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