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The Ice Goes Out

The Ice Goes Out when the ice finally cracked and drifted out to sea it was as if even the water rejoiced at first I thought somehow a school of fish was passing through our small cove the water was leaping tiny white tips of wetness gleaming in the sudden sun it went on with […]

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Moon Phase

Lake centre. Dead silence. Lightly, I see what was the moon. I see the black space in black space and fit myself into a new parable. Nervously, old habits dry off beyond the treeline. Evenings had been stretching long to an almost invisible purple. All through a season I had danced in vapour, passed abbreviated […]

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Volume 2 Issue 1

We’re back! West Dublin Monitor · Volume 2 Issue 1 Volume Two Issue One is our first issue of the 2014 season. Reach us at editor@westdublin.ca Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

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d’skeeters n’d’ bees

BY Craig Hubley Read out loud. You’ll get it right on your second or third try… twonce pohna toime twas skeeters roamed free tweren’t no crops ‘n tweren’t no bee skeeters poll-in-oi-ted da’ few nay-tive flowers ‘n suckt up t’blood as d’ woild-life cowers tweren’t much here but dey awwll lived good cuz dey wozn’t jealous […]

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Dream Boat

BY Willow Star Dream boat Way up high The dream boat flies Through stars and light Past day to night Little girl and bear sleep on boats bottom Sleepy thoughts of earth’s autumn

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CABIN OH CABIN

BY Klarka Weinwurm Water, tell me the story of your travels? What whales, what boats have you greeted along the way? What weight have you dragged with you this time? This mark is the end of your line, you push back and begin again like a swimmer doing laps in a pool. Gather this wind and […]

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~Gull~

BY Marnie Troyer The LaHave Craft Co-op

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