On the Last Sunset at Ogden Point

A palette of perverse pink patterns, signaling a sailor’s delight — God’s brush strokes in the sky. From set to dusk a kaleidescope winks — each moment beaming out fractal light in infinite hues. The cruise ships down from Alaska, spilling out strangers in bad taste. You could take a picture — as they busily do — but never capture it. No matter the frame, the view is better alive.

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13 Responses to “On the Last Sunset at Ogden Point”

  1. Stiletto Says:

    I can smell the aroma of gorgeous filling up my head. Thank you.

  2. The Necromancer Says:

    You’re welcome. ;)

  3. uberfrau Says:

    Moving back to Montreal?

  4. The Necromancer Says:

    I am.

  5. Irina Says:

    Yay for Ogden Point. :)

  6. The Necromancer Says:

    Sort of miss it already. A truly special place.

  7. uberfrau Says:

    Why are you going back there? It is cold.

  8. The Necromancer Says:

    True. Montreal is kind of a way station right now. Besides, the cold will give me an excuse to escape to some Caribbean island this winter. :)

  9. S'Mat Says:

    Montreal – the vic vexes thee?
    I might give you a mid-flight crossover high-five, as I’m going there for thanksgiving…Will you be there then? If so, I’d suggest a glass-raising at the Bent Mast…

  10. The Necromancer Says:

    S’Mat: More like my life in Vic was vexing. Vic itself is bloody gorgeous. Have already returned to the MTL, old chap…Perhaps a pint before you go?

  11. LaBelleProvince Says:

    Montreal is fabulous, and filled with an energy all its own. Don’t look back, look forward with optimism.

  12. uberfrau Says:

    Dude, sparky, I am seriously thinking you should start you’re own fan club. Just remember, tis like they said, “You can never go home.”

  13. The Necromancer Says:

    LBP: It’s true, there is a certain qualité about the ville. The sunset out at the end of the bike path in Lachine was one thing I was just reminded of…Oh yeah — then there’s St. Laurent, of course.

    Uberfrau: Fan club? More like a league of snarky, sharp-witted babes. ;)

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