Posts Tagged ‘man’s’
A new sand art from Ilana Yahav for 2010 – “Our Man is sitting in his office, worn down by the weight of life in this hustling, bustling city… He dreams of the simple life and nature, peace and tranquility. One man’s short dream and then . . . back to reality.” www.sandfantasy.com Music by – Georges Chatelain
I’m currently writing an essay regarding the feminism within ‘Mans Requirements’ and I’ve got as far as I can go! I’ve written about the satirical values within the poem and how initially the women is portrayed as a stereotypical helpless woman. Anybody contribute anything else or find a website? Thank you.
Lionel McClellend of Moffat performs his own version of the famous Robert Burns ode to humanity. A man is one who stops to help another without a second thought. A man is one who works for his family and friends without a care in his heart. A man is one gives to all and fights for what is right. A man looks upon many things in this life with a faith that burns deep in the soul. The trick in this life is learning what a man should be not what society has made them become. And with all this a man is an honest man who’s word is always enough. Is there for honest poverty That hangs his head, an’ a’ that The coward slave, we pass him by We dare be poor for a’ that For a’ that, an’ a’ that The rank is but the guinea’s stamp The man’s the gowd(gold) for a’ that What though on hamely(homely) fare we dine Wear hoddin grey(course wollen cloth), an’ a’ that Gie(give) fools their silks, and knaves their wine A man’s a man, for a’ that For a’ that, an’ a’ that Their tinsel show an’ a’ that The honest man, though e’er sae poor Is king o’ men for a’ that Ye see yon birkie(fellow) ca’d a lord Wha struts an’ stares an’ a’ that Tho’ hundreds worship at his word He’s but a coof(fool) for a’ that For a’ that, an’ a’ that The man o’ independent mind He looks an’ laughs at a’ that A prince can mak’(make) a belted knight A marquise, duke, an’ a’ that But an honest man’s aboon( above) his might Gude(good) faith, he maunna( must not) fa’ that For a’ that an’ a’ that Their dignities an’ a’ that …