Monthly Archives: June 2011

“Election Day” by Maggie Sue Traynor

It’s easy to diet when there’s nothing to eat If we all had enough, life would be sweet It’s not just the adults but the children as well When there isn’t enough, life can be hell. That pang in your … Continue reading

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Grit Uplifted at the Central Library

For more information visit the London Public Library website (http://catalogue.londonpubliclibrary.ca/search/Y?SEARCH=grit+uplifted&searchscope=20&SORT=D) or contact us at grituplifted@gmail.com. * Please note that the Tuesday 2-4pm group at the London InterCommunity Health Centre is still running on a weekly basis and individuals are welcome to attend either … Continue reading

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“A Boonedoggle Malady” by The Homeless Cowboy

A quiet smoky  barroom Saxophone and guitar slowly droning on at the end of the room Piano keys lightly twinkling in my ears As the little lights dance slowly above my head. A deep breath causes me to wonder Why … Continue reading

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“Waves” by Vincent Costello

Waves, waves, waves Waves come in, waves go out Waves come in, waves go out Come in, go out In, out. My life is a wave My relationships with others a wave I can’t live without waves I can’t live … Continue reading

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