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technology, poetry

The Upgrade.

by Lia Pas

Saskatoon — When I was recovering from my appendectomy earlier this year the “need” arose. The need for web pages to stop crashing, the need for the ability to post on Facebook without my iPad seizing up, the need to watch videos on Flipboard and Instapaper without the screen going suddenly black. On the left of this photo is my iPad 1 with its overly-protective cover. I bought both right before going on a s...

A dead bat makes its own small coffin.

by Lia Pas

Saskatoon — We love the bats in our yard and at night watch them flap through the yard catching mosquitos. We found this one on the back lawn all curled into itself. It’s hard to say what may have killed it. I ...

spring, Snow

Even the birds are confused.

by Lia Pas

Saskatoon — If I close my eyes it sounds like spring. Robins. Crows. Waxwings. Every day this week I have worn a different coat. Yesterday it was wool in the freezing rain. The night before it was leather agains...

writing, Books, words

Placing a recently filled journal on this shelf always brings a sense of accomplishment.

by Lia Pas

Saskatoon — I started journal writing when I was about ten. I had been filling notebook after notebook with science fiction and horror short stories and I think my mother wanted me to branch out into a safer and ...

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