A day for family and friends.
A day to get ready for the fall season.
A day to look back on summer’s memories.
A day to live, to read, to savour.
Today for victims of trafficking is a day of work.
A day full of customers and their demands.
A day to get ready for the busy night ahead.
A day to look back on life as it was before.
A day to cry, to despise, to survive.
As we rest, play, and spend time with loved ones today, let us not forget those whose Labour Day is filled with toil and torture.