by Ben Robinson
K and I took the bus up to Toronto
because our town was too small to
protest in. You can’t occupy a place
that nobody else wants. We came
expecting megaphones and riot gear
but found an empty park, two men
playing chess beneath a streetlight.
Wanting to get warm, we ended up at
the Eaton Centre among the shoppers.
A small group gathered out front of the
Apple Store — the storefront covered
in fluorescent post-it notes with
messages written on them like: We’ll
miss a really great leader! and
Thanks for programming the future.
As we were about to leave, a small
child ran up, printed her name in big
messy letters and stuck her bright slip
to the window with all the others.
— from Juniper Volume 3, Issue 3