There are well over 100 poems carefully hand-painted on public walls throughout the city of Leiden, including works by Rimbaud, Shakespeare, Marina Tsvetaeva, e.e. cummings, Basho, Langston Hughes, Pablo Neruda, Sapho, Dylan Thomas, Derek Walcott, and William Butler Yeats.
One is written in the curvy Lantara script of South Sulawesi’s Buganese language; another (credited as the oldest known Dutch text) was penned by a Flemish monk circa 1100; and there are shape poems (one looks like a tornado, another like a gigantic metal spike) as well as one poem that imitates the chirping of a bird:
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