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Inspiring new mural in Boston’s Seaport

See the colorful new mural from poet Cleo Wade at the intersection of I-90 and Congress Street.

A new mural in the Seaport that reads "Remember: going through it is often how we get to the other side of it."

The new mural from poet Cleo Wade is titled “A Small & Mighty Truth.”

Photo provided by Seaport Boston

Boston Seaport has a wide variety of large-scale, colorful public art works. Now there is a new addition, thanks to New York Times–bestselling author and poet Cleo Wade.

The new mural titled “A Small & Mighty Truth” features a rainbow of painted letters that reads, “Remember: Going through it is often how we get to the other side of it.” The title might say small, but this mural is actually 51 ft by 17 ft and ironically is at the end of a tunnel entering the Seaport neighborhood. The inspiring words are located at the intersection of I-90 and Congress Street, next to 400 Summer St.

If you want to check out more murals around the Boston area, feast your eyes on our round up of 13 local murals.

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