A 2016 public art initiative is bringing poetry to the streets of Boston -- all you have to do is add water. To mark National Poetry Month, a project called “Raining Poetry” brought verse to the sidewalks of the city in the form of poems written with temporary water-repelling paint. The poems are invisible on dry, sunny days but show up when raindrops are falling. Scattered around the city, the poems all have general themes of water and rain, and are of some significance to Boston.
A poem appears before your eyes: