Monthly Archives: February 2011

Creative Writing Group to be hosted by Central Library

Great news! The Central Branch of the London Public Library will be hosting another creative writing group for people who have experienced homelessness, starting June 18, 2011. I will be facilitating this group on Saturdays from 2:00-4:00pm in the 3rd … Continue reading

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“Memories” by Alissa Demars

I’m trapped in these faded memories The ones I fear the most The horror when night must fall It’s so dark and I can hardly see your face Though I know who you are I feel you touching me Your … Continue reading

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Poverty Consciousness by JWM

Good evening to London. I’m glad that you’re watching this. I’ve got something to say about poverty consciousness. I had to share my thoughts so I could get in for free, and since I can’t afford beer I guess I’ll … Continue reading

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Roses Are Forever

I stopped by a florist shop to look at some flowers. While there a sign caught my eye, it read “Roses Are Forever” I thought of you sitting at home alone so I bought you a dozen roses with a card … Continue reading

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Clear the Way by Colin Nickle

I could do it I had begun Some is set down somewhere Does anyone ever re-read their journals Impossible to set it all down Lots just has to be lived… —my preference I CAN set down “Don’t be helpless” (my … Continue reading

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My Greyhound Seat by Len Sterling

I walked on the Greyhound bus in London, Ontario Thinking about how this year I sure wouldn’t see much snow. I felt as happy as a kid opening up presents on Christmas day Yet scared like I did at fourteen … Continue reading

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I Am Afraid by Alissa Demars

I am afraid of this world in which I am living. I am afraid of the things I see. I am afraid of the people around me. I am afraid to love or be loved. I am afraid to trust. … Continue reading

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Not Having It by Colin Nickle

Happy, not Mobile, barely How many can jump ship to pull back to the self of selves condemnation needs relief Depression, energy Time slows, I hear the clock Mourning unavoidable The cement between bricks won’t dry Mould must be dealt … Continue reading

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The Storm by Ken Crites (original fiction)

Once upon a time there was a little boy and his name was Kevin. He was a good kid. He was pretty smart too. His parents had a problem with alcohol and he was starting to notice that they were … Continue reading

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