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Thursday, 9 June 2011

Graffiti

This poem is written because of  One Stop Poetry ....Arts and Graffiti I chose this graffiti by Banksy as I find it so ironic

Graffiti 


Keep it neat !
tis our street 
We're all so prim
Scribbling is such a sin! 


Keep it smart! 
tisn't art !
We all have class
Self expression is so crass!

I think its neat, 
art's such a treat!
Banksy paint down our road, 
The middle classes have been vetoed. 
Parliament  have made a social treaty 
 Urbanites must embrace graffiti.


banksy11.jpg
Graffiti By Banksy

14 comments:

  1. Tight & creative piece here... it flows very well. thx for joining today!

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  2. cute. reminds me of a note you'd see in a restroom to keep it clean. imagine if this was posted all over the city, telling people to keep the city clean...i like that idea.

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  3. nice...like that pic...the pealing back of reality...i am all for self expression...

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  4. Wonderful piece. I love the picture of graffiti you shared.

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  5. A true Banksy fan prose :) I like it.

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  6. Great peice! Love the image and the creative way you praise it. :)

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  7. One word - fab - u need to put this on a wall somewhere!!!

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  8. Nicely done and a great picture to go along with it.

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  9. I love it =) The poem and picture go together perfectly

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  10. awesome poem and the picture is brilliant. thanks for sharing

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