For Babies! a diatribe against Ottawa’s mountains by Dessa Bayrock
What we know about BC, how we are known for our mountains, and how we carry these with us wherever we go: nothing beats BC. In Dessa Bayrock’s “For Babies! a diatribe against Ottawa’s mountains, she puts us on an incline and sends us down a barely there hill knowing we would be just fine once we hit the bottom. She masterfully offers us a glimpse of our own strength.
Landing by Angela Caravan
This chap opens with lunch time discussions about the moon. Two different perspectives lift off into space and our own imaginations are split wide open. To land is to be expected, but to land and stay rooted is a dream. Which one will you choose?
away from myself by Terrence Abraham
What I took away from this glorious little micro chap is this: we are forever learning to accept our own bodies and these bodies never remain a constant. Carrying pain becomes organic. Whatever memory that lingers in a space long after we’ve left is the only thing left behind.