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Not a Montreal Tanka

Not a Montreal Tanka There’s something larger-than-life about walking down a busy sidewalk between a beggar shaking a cup at the end of a jury-rigged fishing-rod like thing and a posh Italian restaurant with diners on the terrasse tasting tartare … Continue reading

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In Chicoutimi (Catchup blog 4 of 4)

A few weeks ago, I was in Saguenay working on a couple of stories. Sitting in the ruins of the old Pulperie on a sunny day, I wrote this little reflection on my upcoming immigration limbo:   In Chicoutimi on … Continue reading

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Il est beau, mon pays Burundi…

Une petite poème qui m’a donné un grand coup de nostalgie. Le crédit va à mon ami Thierry Manirambona du site La Plume Burundaise. (Puis, la chanson d’où j’ai tiré le titre de ce billet de blogue. Tout crédit pour … Continue reading

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