The Toronto Public Library and the poet laureate of Toronto, George Elliott Clarke, have created the Toronto Poetry Map. It’s a fun and interesting way to explore Toronto through poetry. I have a few poems listed in the areas of the Junction and High Park, and one even in the Annex. This is just the beginning of the project, which was launched in celebration of National Poetry Month. If you look through the map and discover your favourite Toronto poem is missing, you are encouraged to send in a suggestion.