2.6.08

wings of concrete

Stone walls do not a prison make,
Nor iron bars a cage;
Minds innocent and quiet take
That for an hermitage;
If I have freedom in my love
And in my soul am free,
Angels alone, that soar above
Enjoy such liberty.

- Richard Lovelace, 1642

Angel graffiti in St. James Town, Toronto.

7 comments:

Taryn "Skinny Genes" B. said...

I love the poem..I'm guessing its saying that you can be free anywhere. If your mind and spirit is free then its doesnt matter where you are physically.

Kira Fashion said...

i love street art!

a kiss!!!

Yetunde said...

this is one of the greatest graffiti you have found by far! or so that i have seen from you... :)

theue said...

lovelace and grafitti = wonderful.

emeraldsky said...

I saw this graffiti in Daniel Bedingfield's Gotta Get Thru This (us version) video.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=iralf0fIQX4

la femme said...

hey, thanks for the link.

Terren said...

many hours have been spent looking at grafitti books at art stores. they're just so awesome.

gave you a little shout out on my recent post darling. hope your weekend is going well!

xoxo