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Saturday, June 18, 2011

Words Having Flown



There is an exhibit outside the Royal Festival Hall called the Lion & the Unicorn, in homage to a work in 1951. The poems of refugee children are written on the paper, and flying away. Do take the time to go and read some, if you can't make it down there, here is one: I Am The Song

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Blogger JosieRussell said ... (13:56) : 

That's so sad and so beautiful. I love that monuments to the different groups of migrants in London are springing up in the city (I was recently in Brixton and I love that the main square there is called Windrush Square).

I don't actually live in London (I travel there a lot on business and stay in one of the serviced apartments London has to offer, generally in the City) but every time I visit I'm struck by how the city has embraced its multicultural heritage.

 

Anonymous London Serviced Apartments said ... (08:23) : 

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