I do like public poetry.
I am not a reader of poetry. I am in no way very knowledgeable with regard to poets and poetry. But I do like the placing of poems in public where it will tempt one to stop, read and pause for reflection – a moment of personal time.
After that contemplative few moments, one will remember that this is yet another idle and empty building - a building that once housed a family or a business; yet another sign of the town centres of the future.
“To a Child Dancing in the Wind