Treasure Island

Nick krakana

Canadian Radio History

The one thing
 my older sister

Did share with me

Was to teach the art of

Listening to Peter Gzowski

The loosest of ends

He tied up interestingly
From behind his mike

At the CBC

Canadian history was taught 

And made there

From his beloved Toffino

We'd hear him out there

Coffee and cigarets a comfortable chair

Leaning into his mike over the air

True Canadiana was Peters fair

Just close your eyes he'd take you there

Alone sits the senior

A horse sense i feel

From this man on the radio

The only good company to reel

I dont know if there will ever be

Another like minded Peter Gzowski

Natural like a honey bee he enriched this country

From behind the mike at CBC

Submitted: Friday, February 28, 2014
Edited: Friday, March 07, 2014

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