another poetry walk…

March 29, 2012

Ganiard poem on Michigan art walkYou may have noticed that this site ‘collects’ poetry walks. Since the Sue Boynton Poetry Walk, in front of the Bellingham Public Library, is such a central feature of our contest, it’s interesting to see where and how else poetry is exhibited ‘in the wild.’

We’ve happened across another: Oaken Transformations Sculpture and Poetry Walk in Brighton, Michigan. The half-mile trail features sculptures on one-year consignment and poems, by Michigan poets, permanently installed. Visit the project website to learn more or find Oaken Transformations on Facebook.
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John Ganiard poem

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