urban poets, part 1

Two poets capture the essence of world cities at dusk.


“On a city walk, I saw our limits, and our dreams.” Warren Clements, Melbourne, 2009


“In a city that works, we can always be children.” Luc Gaudet, Paris, 1997

5 thoughts on “urban poets, part 1

  1. Seth G

    I’ve personally always enjoyed Tennyson’s “The city is built to music, therefore never built at all, and therefore built forever.”

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