A POEM A DAY - CHALK PAVEMENTS



This flowering bush brightened a scrubby bank overlooking a pavement where fallen petals mixed with the scattered remnants of a recent car accident. I love the way nature softens the urban environment, how weeds and flowers sneak through pavements and trees bring green and shade to our streets. I am dismayed by constant reports of the cutting down of city trees and struggle to see the justification for many of the tree felling. It is good to see so many people protesting and working hard to save our vital city green environments. 





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