July 7, 2011
Guerrilla poetry bomber descends on a Miami thrift store
by Melville House
I had heard of seed bombs through some guerrilla gardening friends of mine but until yesterday I had never heard of a “poetry bomb.” Via Huffington Post, the following video follows Agustina Woodgate as she goes through the aisles of a thrift store sewing bits of poems into the linings of various pieces of clothing.
Let’s hear it for whimsical acts of rebellion that do nothing but make the world a better place for everyone, despite their illegality.