The Legend of Queen Street

Legend of Queen Street

By David Smith November 10, 2008


Mordechai the man with a vision to share;

The shops on Queen, new heights, to compare.


The flavour is changing, a joy that we see;

A street in the making,

Change of personality.


All part of the mix as history evolves;

A street of character as problems are solved.


Looking at success to taste and to feel,

Vision of dreams becomes very real.


Now a shared vision sown with hope;

Newness of life; a joy as we cope.


Mordechai, the teacher, the Rabbi, we look;

Vision and enthusiasm;

Empowerment that shook.



One response to “The Legend of Queen Street

  1. theparkingpoet

    This poem was read at Balzac’s Cafe on Queen Street in Niagara Falls on November 12, 2009.

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