SUM UP TORONTO IN SIX WORDS – A BRILLIANT IDEA FROM GENNA BUCK AT METRO NEWS

haiku1Tagged ‘The Six’ by DRAKE because of its 416 area code, TORONTO was summed up in six words by readers of Metro News this past week. Each submission tells us something about T.O. and what it’s like to live here.

haiku5SIX-WORD STORY WINNER
“Thunder not bombs. Life in TORONTO.” – Gall Biceroglu

haiku2RUNNER-UP
“Condo explosion: Thousands feared too poor.” – Tom Legge

haiku4THIRD PLACE
“What’s that smell on subway?” – Charles Shao

haiku3HONOURABLE MENTION
“Lived across the hall. Met online.” – Karen Elkin

haiku6GREAT SUBMISSION
“Last winter raccoons stole my bike.” – Larry Kline

haiku7-copyGREAT SUBMISSION
“Centre of the (Canadian) universe: confirmed!” – Marcia Docherty

haiku9GREAT SUBMISSION
“Nailed Mirvish audition. Thanked. Too old.” – Jill Leger

haiku8GREAT SUBMISSION
“Two seasons: winter, construction. Winter cometh.” – Gail Biceroglu

haiku11GREAT SUBMISSION
“Yonge train surfaces. We too awaken.” – Gideon Forman

haiku10<The SIX itself>

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