Do you still feel like your part of humanity? Is being part of humanity something we can still say we are proud of? Tell us what you think! Here are some words from Suzanne Collins, the writer behind the Hunger Games.
A short statement from Anon that we have made into an image. Photo taken by Pandorica, and edited by Pandorica. Hope you like.
Shakespeare’s sonnets are a collection of 154 sonnets that deal with themes such as the passage of time, love, beauty and mortality. The quarto ends with “A Lover’s Complaint”, a narrative poem of 47 seven-line stanzas written in rhyme royal.
The first 17 poems which are traditionally called the procreation sonnets, are addressed to a young man urging him to marry and have children in order to immortalise his beauty by passing it to the next generation. Other sonnets express the speaker’s love for a young man, brood upon loneliness, death, and the transience of life seem to criticise the young man for preferring a rival poet, express ambiguous feelings for the speaker’s mistress, and pun on the poet’s name. The final two sonnets are allegorical treatments of Greek epigrams referring to the “little love-god” Cupid.
Pandorica has made several trademark images that involve some of these sonnets. Have a read!
Here is the first Shakespeare sonnet.
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Benjamin Obadiah Iqbal Zephaniah is an English writer, musician and dub poet. He is a well-known figure in contemporary English literature, and was included in The Times list of Britain’s top 50 post-war writers in 2008. Born in the Handsworth district of Birmingham which he called the Jamaican capital of Europe. He’s father was a Barbadian postman and his mother was a Jamaican nurse. Benjamin was a Dyslexic and attended an approved school but later left school at the age of 13 unable to read or write. His poetry is strongly influenced by Jamaican music and poetry and what he calls “street politics”. Read more at : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_Zephaniah