Deconstructing Cities


Cities: Planners plan them poorly. Builders construct them carelessly. Poets deconstruct them so the sky can take over once again, lovers can stroll arm in arm without fear of a rush-hour trampling, and bushes grow thick and plentiful, to the delight of suspicious cats.

on the way to drop off suspicious attitude

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