I’m taking a cue from Kym today and sharing a poem.
In all my visits to New York, I’ve never actually been to the Statue of Liberty. Flying in last Wednesday, I caught a glimpse.
And then on Friday, there’s a spot on the High Line that frames a nice view of her, but it’s easy to miss (trust me – she’s out there!)
Also a big Thank You to Poetry in Motion, which I’ve only seen in New York (maybe because that’s really the only city where I spend much time on public transportation?!)
9 thoughts on “Poetry Friday | Lady Liberty.”
John once took a cab in NYC and the driver had posted poems that he had written. He said they made interesting reading (even though John is not a poetry person). I highly recommend a visit to see the Statue of Liberty, up close and personal!
I love the idea of poetry in motion. A friend of mine posted her poems around the city on a sign similar to a "For Sale" sign. It was wonderful to run across them and to watch people stop to read and wonder who posted them.
A lovely lyrical poem …
Lady Liberty paints a wonderful picture! Poetry in motion is a great concept.
Great poem, it really captures the feel of Lady Liberty. We skipped it when we were in New York in February (too cold and windy) but I hope to go there next time. They say it's worth it just to ride the ferry.
I'm enjoying your trip to New York! a virtual tour for me! When I was 14 years old, I went with my parents to the Worlds Fair. (we had relatives living in New York at the time). We went up in the Statue of Liberty – all the way into the crown! I can still picture the view in my mind – all that way down!Linda in VA
I love finding poetry out there . . . in the wild! Such a treat.
Great stuff Mary! And next time…it's worth it. I think I went on the coldest day ever. (And not long after 9/11 so there were multiple security stops along the way.) Pretty amazing though!
I've yet to see LL, too!! One day!
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