*This is based on the stories of five Residential School survivors. This short story is meant as an informative and respectful reflection of their lives and contains sensitive material regarding the experiences of those Residential School survivors. I love my … Continue reading i was waaseyaa
Avocado by Sydney B. Rough on the outside, Green, creamy goodness inside, Made to make you smile. Continue reading Avocado by Sydney B.
The Path by Sydney B. Love makes you blind. I guess that is why he kept following the path, While I went astray. He did even look back. He knew where he was headed. It just … Continue reading The Path by Sydney B.
I see you Standing there On the Bridge. Are you Leaving me? Are you trying To escape? You are Holding someone’s Hand in Yours. Will she Go too? Do you Love her? I realise That … Continue reading The Bridge You Leave On
Do you feel it? The emptiness that surrounds us all, Engulfing the very universe we live in Yet, we don’t notice it. To some, it is buried within them But to most, it is their true reality Swallowing up … Continue reading Emptiness
Persuasive Speech by Sydney Bear Canada operated Indian Residential schools from the 1840s to 1996. That’s right! The last Residential school closed only five years before we were born. Over 150,000 First Nations children attended a Residential school in Canada. … Continue reading Persuasive Speech