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Tuesday, December 04, 2018


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Lisa at Greenbow

I like this poem. I think this is a great idea having poems in concrete. I have often thought of having a haiku put onto a rock to place in the garden.

Susan Adler Sobol

So wonderful! After reading a demoralizing article in the NYT re: how your state legislature is decimating democracy, I am thrilled to read that there is something good in Madison.


I love the idea of including poetry in the sidewalks and this one is a delightful addition to the asphalt jungle. What a relief that the street is open again. There are street projects going on all over town here and they seem to take forever.

Loree / danger garden

Bravo Madison!

Kris P

This is wonderful! I can't imagine this happening in LA - I expect politicians would have to debate the idea for several years and then take a few decades to agree on "appropriate" poetry.

Beth @ PlantPostings

Yes, it's great that Monroe Street is fully open again. I need to get down there to shop and see the sidewalk poetry.

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