February 28, 2015

Green Graffiti.

Poems with a green theme written illicitly on a wall  in a public place – love it.

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Abbottford’s  Convent, Melbourne

 

I found this poem on the back of a toilet door.

‘Bow down to your god, but don’t forget about the Earth.

Place your hand on a tree, who’s helping your breathe?

Give thanks to the sun, when you open your lungs.

Throw your butts in the bin, help the old turtles swim’.

 

I think this one is really sweet.

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