Thursday, 5 November 2015

A Brighton Poem

One of the reasons we love working with Harrison Agency is because they like to do things a little differently & so I am not in the least bit surprised to see that when they were asked by Design Week why people should relocate to the city, they decided to respond with a poem...

The Royal Pavilion taken by Adam Bronkhorst.

You might think you’ve got Brighton sussed

A town built on weekends of lust

With hipsters and greens

Mods, rockers and queens

The odd bit of new agey crust

Yet bold ideas are key to this place:

Its royal palace once deemed a disgrace

But a prince with a vision

Ignored all derision

The result? An iconic ace

This city gets under your nails

Its freedom puts wind in your sails

Be creative, be a freak

Brighton loves what’s unique

By contrast elsewhere simply pales.’

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