Thursday, October 29, 2009
Out the back window of the bus
streets twist and climb, buildings part and then-
the huge blood-orange half-sun, climbing over the horizon
the pinkish-lavender hues of the sky
the early morning city smog
the river sparkling white and the bridge,
illuminated with a thousand twinkling headlights
its bases disappearing in tendrils of fog.
the farine five roses sign, ledgible in the midst of it all,
soflty blinking red and more red.
Montréal in all its beauty.
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Jack and his mom went on standing in the sea of girls, until the girls’ rides had come and gone, and those on foot had left not even the sound of their shoes behind, or their intimidating but stimulating laughter. However, there was still enough warmth in the early-fall air to hold their scent, which Jack reluctantly inhaled and confused with perfume. With most of the girls at St. Hilda’s, it was not their perfume that lingered in the air; it was the smell of the girls themselves, which Jack Burns would never grow used to or take for granted. Not even by the time he left grade four.
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Created by Jacob Safari
Clips are from the film The Birds, by Alfred Hitchcock
Official video for I Love You But I Don't, from Bark Bark bark. Available digitally and physically on Tour Girlfriends from Retard Disco, 2009.