Weeds. When we talk about weeds, there is a sense of a negative connotation to it. They are unwanted, especially in urban landscape. As they ‘ruin’ the architecture, the pavement, the stairs and other human-made infrastructures.
They ‘ruin’ things by simply growing, where they can, where they are able to find space to seed.
Often, they have to grow in hidden spaces, peeking out of the crevices, unnoticed and sometime overlooked.
Even when they bloom a beautiful flower, that if in a countryside will be admired.They will still be considered as weed.
This condition in a variable way is parallel to the condition of urban human society with its multifaceted social problems. Quite often instead of providing space, or letting the beauty grow, we wrench things out of its comfortable and quiet places.