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February 1983

 

No Turning Back

 

Sun slanting down

Its light weaving ways

Tween buildings

Many stories high

Granite mountains

By asphalt streams

The new frontiers

Iron cathedral

 

Below the spires

In the canyons depth

Sun struck panes

Observe silently

Hapnings of life

Big Brother sees

Not deviously

Just not openly

 

Kid walks by

The sunlit window

And sees himself

Large as life

In a quarter inch of glass

Hes free

But stuck inside

 


 

A remembrance of lower Yonge Street

after many years gone by.

 


No Turning Back
A poem by Peter Rhebergen

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