1 sonnet = 14 lines. To give this project mathematical synergy, I’m writing four collections of 14 sonnets. 1 year = 52 weeks. 4 x 14 = 56. This is the mathematical truth behind my year-long Love’s Sonnets project. It will, in fact, last one year and four weeks. Furthermore, because several types of sonnet are… Continue reading Personification 13: Love is Remus
Shakespeare had a penchant for stating things by asserting the opposite is untrue. “Love is not love that alteration finds”, “Love alters not” and “Love’s not Time’s fool” are all taken from Sonnet 116 ‘Let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments’. It is a powerful technique because it distinctly asserts a… Continue reading Personification 12: Love’s not from God
The seed idea for ‘Trust Quartermaster Love’ was that love can assist us in many ways through life. It can give us the strength to cope with things that would otherwise overwhelm us. It can make us feel joy. It can protect us when the elements of life threaten our wellbeing. The best personification character… Continue reading Personification 11: Trust Quartermaster Love
‘Love the Dealer’ draws comparison between the effects of love and of illegal drugs.