Monday, April 1, 2013

Poetry on Keningston pole

                                                   


String the words 
pinned on the pole - poetry  
on the go -

Sky, storm, airport -   
art is everywhere, inhale, exhale -     
love, an Oxygen -
  

Posted for Imaginary Garden with Real Toads - OpenLinkNight - 
Poetry form:   Lune - 3/5/3 words per line 

40 comments:

  1. Very nice, Grace.
    We just have to look, don't we?

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    1. I agree Mary ~ Thanks for the visit ~

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  2. Toronto is a happening city. Did you have solar panel street trees? Or was that somewhere else.
    A lune, new to me.

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    1. Not on trees Aprille ~ There are events every week in Toronto ~ And they keep street art alive too, though the Mayor is much annoyed ~

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  3. ha that is really cool found poetry...might have to start collecting signs to do a bit of light pole poetry myself....happy april grace

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  4. So lovely, Grace. How did you pick up on this (Question asked by me, the proverbial sow's ear.)?
    ..

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    1. There was a prompt before on Graffiti Street Art/Poetry on D'verse ~ This opened my eyes on the graffiti art abundant in Toronto City ~ When we visited two weeks ago, I took some pictures and wrote some poems (see "I saw Mona Lisa" post) ~ But I didn't take this one, but there's a lot of images in the internet ~ Street art is very much alive in Toronto ~

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  5. How wonderful is this? Thanks for sharing, Grace.

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  6. I love the words on the pole - sky, rain, art.....cool!

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  7. love is like oxygen:
    you get too much, you get too high;
    not enough, & you're gonna die.
    :)

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  8. Is that oxygen or smog? lol such art you take to heart.

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    1. More like smog in the city ~ SMiles ~

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  9. Yes, poetry is everywhere...we just need to see with an open mind.

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  10. I wonder how many people walk by such art without seeing the beauty in the words.
    Well done, Grace, well done.
    K

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    1. I think a lot of busy people ~ Thanks Kay ~

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  11. "poetry on the go" Love it,,,we just need to pay attention, difficult at times,,

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    1. I agree ~ Much like the music in the subway, no one is paying attention ~ Thanks for the visit Ellecee ~

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  12. I love the ending :D
    You nailed it~

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  13. I like the compact lune form. And I like the notion of poetry/art scattered throughout our towns. You've planted a seed, Grace!

    http://www.kimnelsonwrites.com/2013/04/01/it-begins/

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  14. Art is everywhere - I agree !!!

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  15. storm clouds rain art at the airport.

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  16. absolutely nice Grace; have a nice day!

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  17. How fun! It's been a long time since I've read a found poem.

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  18. That's much better than the yard sale's flyers we see! As always, thank you!

    Have a beautiful week!

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  19. So true! Art is everywhere, but how many people stop and notice?

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  20. Poetry on the go... love, an oxygen! I love it!

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