Category Archives: Ottawa Reflections

Teardown

Walking past the hotel. Wondering why the building was being demolished. Architecture seemed to be fairly unique, and worth preserving. All that brickwork. Then finding out about the “redevelopment”. Wondered about the architecture. Remembering it had at one time been … Continue reading

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Pristine

In the first blue evening And day of snow Peaceful riot

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Constant

Needed to mark some accounting exams. Decided to go to the law library. Knew it well, 1973-1976. Three years, day and night. Back, on occasion. Such as this. Some different configurations, but same tables and desks. Different people, same feeling. … Continue reading

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Deprivation

Yet those who disrespect legal processes create a danger that law-abiding elements of the community, out of anger and out of fear, will harden their attitudes and refuse to accommodate any change or remedy any shortcomings. They refuse because fear … Continue reading

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Feeder

Encountered person walking along the street, carrying a bag, saying he was looking for squirrels to feed. Focus on a particular task. More so than many. Did he have to search… More lucid than the street cleaner: And not captured … Continue reading

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Its own symmetry

Shadow of an empty full time

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Downtown Sunflower

After the rain. Looking up the street from the office and Metal height, yellow stretch Ride that bicycle somewhere

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