Clement, Mark

Mark Clement is retired and lives in the quiet town of Cobourg, Ontario. His first poem was published in the St. Lawrence high school yearbook in 1958. Work and family life overtook poetry and Mark didn’t begin writing again until the mid ’70s. He is a member of the Ontario Poetry Society and the Cobourg Poetry Workshop.


CommuterLit posts:

Trip to North Bay (with audio)

High School Dance (with audio)

Still in Love (with audio)

First Snow (with audio)

Cleaning Sidewalks (with audio)

Another Winter

Winter Scene

All About Snow

Previous posts (2010-2011)

Grocery Store Poem

A Breakfast Encounter (with audio)

On Foot — Downtown Toronto (with audio)

Poking the Fire with a Stick (with audio)

The Evils of Sugar (with audio)

Elvis Lives (with audio)

Men and Women are the Same (with audio)