The Days You Bring is poetry that documents the nuances of the human condition at the edges of society by lifting up people negotiating their sense of the call and fragility of life. The collection comments on life on the streets, in cities, villages, contemporary society, and across borders by describing the character of human beings who especially insist they do not have to beg the question of their humanity in the world. The poems invite the reader to step into the world of persons who carry the long history of inequality in their souls and talk about beauty, freedom, violence, legal barriers, delayed dreams, neighbourhood troubles, the struggles for equality, and ways of transcending suffering. Each poem creates a space for the reader to bring their own baggage, identity, experience, joys, and suffering to a space of confession, hope, and release. The collection is a contribution to the artistic expression of our time, with its polarization and social upheaval, and cultivates the courage to reflect in the world with the marginal men, women, and children seeking the common humanization life together.