Poetry in the Sand

Poetry cut into a tire #whatwilltheythinkofnext I love it. I want prose in my tires too! brilliant photography by Harrie Nijland, Netherlands

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Poetry in the SandPoetry in the Sand

In the tire-tracks of yesterday’s photo is a poem; printed in the sand. The poem is cut into the tire of a beach-vehicle and lasts for one complete turn of the wheel and then it repeats itself as far as the vehicle drives. http://www.vliehorsexpres.nl/gedichten-in-het-zand/ It used to be a contest; but now everyone can send in a poem as long as it has a maximum of 112 punctuation marks. After a while the poem disappears due to wind, water and footsteps…

This poem says: lippen branden van verlangen naar het zilte van de jouwe De wind maakt ruimte en in vrijheid kan ik van je houden
Which means something like: Lips burning of desire for your salty lips The wind creates space and in freedom I can love you

(looks best full screen; click once; and once more on the image and then F11)

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2 thoughts on “Poetry in the Sand

  1. Thanks for reblogging!

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