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Poetry in the Ordinary

“Breathe-in experience, breathe-out poetry.”  – Muriel Rukeyser

While running a different path in St. Paul, I found poetry stamped into the cement sidewalk. A wonderful way to share poetry in an unexpected and somewhat ordinary place.

The poetry and art of our life can be discovered in the ordinary if we look with new eyes. Found in people, places and our own hearts, all within reach.

Everyday Poem for City Sidewalks, St. Paul, MN

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  1. bree1972 #

    I love your blog. I shared it with my readers today at http://bree1972.wordpress.com.

    June 6, 2012
  2. Suz #

    These are ALL over St. Paul now! I saw a news story about it a few months ago. Maybe you should go on a quest to read them all…

    June 6, 2012

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