FOUND by Juanita Wheatgrass in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
My friend and I found this wedged between two tables at a local bar. It was 80′s night karaoke. Someone was singing Heart’s “If Looks Could Kill.”
FOUND by Suyi in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
I found this in a used copy of “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” two days ago at the Book Market used bookstore. I thought this was really sweet because everybody I talk to that was a kid during the first Harry Potter craze admits to having secretly wished that they would recieve a letter by owl from Hogwarts, and here is some kid that wrote one to herself once upon a time ago.
FOUND by Elie in Ottawa, Canada
I was working for the national census last summer, opening envelopes and scanning forms. There’s all kinds of ridiculous objects mailed in to the census, cause lots of folk just don’t want to do it. One day I opened an envelope and where there should be a filled-out form, there’s just this notecard with “92 years old and blind” written on it– no name, region or anything. This is what this person felt was most essential to know. I thought it was the most blunt, personnal description I’ve ever heard, and strangely intimite. It was completely untraceable so I kept it as a reminder of how good life is.
FOUND by Nikolaus Maack in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
On the winter sidewalk sat half a photograph- I looked around but I couldn’t find the other half anywhere. On the back I can make out the partial word “Acova (19)” and beneath that “Greece.” What sort of emotions made the owner of it tear it in half? And what was in the other half of the picture?