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To find the universal elements enough; to find the air and the water exhilarating; to be refreshed by a morning walk or an evening saunter...
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❄️ Poem in park by Darker Than Black ❄️ .
Darker Than Black Art Installation
@darker_.than_.black .”Beautiful girl
You don’t age like fine wine.
But the world is yours.
For now...." .
I was trying to figure out how to explain this.. poetry and interesting art finds aren't the most Instagram friendly. I'll just try and explain this the best as I can.
It was a nice and sunny Monday afternoon (which was a holiday btw). It was only -7C (19F) and it was way colder with the windchill but as long as it's sunny outside.. you can deal with the cold. Anyway, I decided to go the park where I had been exercising most of the summer and autumn. It snowed just the night before.. so it makes everything look fresh.
At the top of the stairwell.. I noticed from the distance .. what appeared to be sign ⛔️ attached a tree. I've seen that particular tree hundreds of times.. so I knew something was different. When I got to the bottom of the stairs I realized it was an art installation.
The framed art contains a poem and it was secured to a tree. There was some wires and a button. I pushed the button but nothing happened. I thought it was pretty brilliant even without the light which must have run outta batteries.
The rest of the pictures in this post are all from the area where I found this poem 🎨. Later Monday evening I looked up "Darker than Black" on Instagram who is a "Visual poet ".. and they have posted this back at the end of January.. I reposted their video for the last series in this post... so that you can see how it lights up.
I love finding stuff like this.. It's really creative and original.. Two Thumbs Up for Darker Than Black.. 👍👍I look forward to finding more poems in unexpected places ! 🙌