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Parc Lafontaine. an oasis in one of the hearts of Montreal

I sat at this scene the other day, painting. It happened to be on a crest, and I felt the loveliest breeze lifting off the water. There were some rogue, illegal bathers splashing away down below, but no-one seemed to mind. Their laughter and belly flops filled the air with the sound of children, even though they were well into their forties.

In the comments I’m going to try to write some Haiku about this. I am serious. Please join in the fun if you will…

Natasha Henderson, Montreal

painting in progress...

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Iggy, the creator of many a Catku

My cat has his own Facebook page. When he’s online, he tends toward writing about his feelings and experiences in Haiku form. In honour of a true full “spring/summer” day, complete with the window left open for over 24 hours, following are some examples of his work.

a spring-time sleep

full of cat-nip and water

tomorrow, I dance

morning, late rising

no sun today just the clouds

resting in my nest

Mother: ticka-tick

Tick Tick Tick. Typing so much

As I sleep, so sound.

crunch of my pellets

listen: the traffic goes by

out there, in the sun

I was in the sun

but it has shifted away

warmth stays in my fur

the other eye winks

 

Natasha Henderson, Montreal

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