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Although “Raining Poetry” in Massachusetts can only be brought to Mass-based organizations that show interest, Mass Poetry has been sharing advice as well as the name of the spray for out-of-state organizations. The “Raining Poetry” Guide includes a discount for the biodegradable spray that is used and can be found on Mass Poetry’s website for $100.
“We have created a ‘Raining Poetry’ guide for sale to those who are interested in replicating it in their hometowns,” Siegel said. “We have had about 13 downloads, so people are definitely interested in bringing it to them.”
Northeastern students were among those who have been expressing enthusiasm about the sidewalk poetry.
“I think it’s a pretty cool concept, especially since the original ones were poems from writers who were connected to the state,” said Jesse Goodman, a sophomore journalism major.
Thedita Pedersen, a sophomore theater major, said the artwork helped put a positive spin on the rain.
“I thought it was really cool because for most people, rain is always a good thing or a bad thing,” Pedersen said. “This is one more thing that makes it a good thing.”
Fikayo Akinluyi, a freshman economics major, said she was excited to see the art while walking around the city.
“Now when I’m walking through Boston, I’m going to start looking down and trying to see some poetry,” she said.
Photo courtesy of Mass Poetry.