Graffiti

Photography by Chris Galford

Graffiti

He’ll leave a few words behind
Because no one listened before
He’ll make sure you see him
Because no one saw him before
He’ll wander somewhere else tonight
To a wall he’s not seen before.

Submitting today at One Shoot Sunday at onestoppoetry.com
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15 Responses to Graffiti

  1. dustus says:

    Really like your poem; especially the “because” and “before” repetitions—creates an effect of having good reason to keep looking over one’s shoulder, which fits the subject very well.

  2. Roxy says:

    To be seen, all we ask for. I can so relate. I really like the simple yet deep message.

  3. C Rose says:

    The use of refrain words suits the length of this perfectly. A real favorite of mine this week…such great poetry! ~ Rose

  4. lynne(the word bar) says:

    I favor the short pieces which leave an impact.. this is one of those poems..

    I also read this as the tagger as well as the art itself..
    well done 🙂

    • Anna says:

      Thank you, lynne, for that observation.. really wish I could say I did that one on purpose, but I’m pleased with that interpretation!

  5. Patricia says:

    this is wonderful.

  6. Ann Grenier says:

    Your message is so much deeper than the few words you have written. To be noticed for words and photos we post on a wall (real and virtual ), to get through the noise and chaos— Love it.

  7. Maybe that is the same reason I wirite. Very interesting. Enjoyed the poem very much!!

    http://henryclemmonspoet.blogspot.com/2011/06/my-andela.html

    • Anna says:

      Interesting to consider this question personally… I hadn’t done that. Appreciate your feedback! Thank you.

  8. rmpWritings says:

    lovely. i can truly feel his need to be heard, seen and felt. while he makes his mark under cover of night, it’s when the sun rises that he will finally be seen…and while i know very little about Icarus (only what i have read in the poems which chose to use this image)…the parallel is quite poetic.

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