paste up poetry

Posted: November 28, 2019 in graffiti and street art
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Someone seems to be posting poetry, not on social media, but as pasteup graffiti.

a white piece of paper with typed words, a poem by S M, pasted onto a traffic box that was painted.

Look to the cornfields
Big stalks grow tall
Despite anyone around at all.

 

piece of white paper with typed words, a poem, pasted onto a silver coloured door


the sun could rise twice
but instead you came along
canaries dance on the wire and
sing a familiar tune
in the rain and in the snow
you’re just a little more

fish swim and birds fly
dogs howl and babies cry
your love for me I dare not ask why.

Comments
  1. icelandpenny says:

    I see similar paste-ups here – an inducement to look closely, take time to notice

    • Mary C says:

      So true about slowing down! There is so much to be seen when you slow down enough to see – when you meander or wander instead of walking quickly past.

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