Graffiti of dreams

And political slogans —

Suffocating wall

8 Comments on The Wall

  1. I used to do political graffitti in college… Now I know it sucks, especially when i see the divisions they create —But then, as an art I still love it 🙂

    Good one, Talib 🙂


  2. There is a freight railway in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, right across from the abandoned General Electric plant. A short wall runs along the tracks, and is covered, literally covered, with graffiti. It almost looks like it is made of nothing but spray paint. I see it as a fitting expression of urban rage by a city, first contaminated then abandoned.

    Another great haiku!

    • tony – forgive me for bringing the point here – but it seems my posts are no longer visible on your blog, and your posts have been edited so as not be directed at me anymore…Furthermore any new posts are no longer visible on your blog. May I ask why my posts have been censored? I thought we had a good dialogue going on there.


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