TrivanaNews – The figure of the poet warsan Shire who had a big role in the latest album Beyoncé see now Beyoncé’s latest album full of stories of heartbreak, jealousy – and the quiet poetry. Fiona Macdonald saw the poet behind the moments of silence tucked between anger in songs on the album.
“I tried to make a home out of you / But doors lead to trapped doors.”
“I make you a home / But each door can only be a trap.”
That was the beginning of the first interlude ‘visual album’ new Beyoncé. Lemonade was released on April 23 and then through a special event on HBO and featured 12 songs interspersed with words of English poets of Somali descent, warsan Shire.
Although the album caused a stir in the social media will lyrics Beyoncé, filled with anger and accusations of infidelity, but the moments of quiet between songs that give space for the listener to ponder.
The words written by Shire, women aged 27 years who was born in Kenya of Somali parents, and published his first poetry pamphlet, My Mother Teaching How to Give Birth (My Mom Taught How Childbirth) in 2011.
The figure of the poet warsan Shire who had a big role in the latest album Beyoncé
He then won the African Poetry Prize from Brunel University in 2013.
Shire name appears second in the credit titles in the ‘Adaptation Film and Poetry’, even his name appears before the director.
Shire offers contemplation in between scenes flood, monster truck crushing cars and Beyoncé were laughing while swinging a baseball bat while walking with a burst of fire followed behind.
The songs on the album sound off lyrics like, “Looking at my watch you should have been home / Tonight I regret the night I put that ring on” – or “When (I) look at the clock, you should have gone home / Tonight I sorry wear rings (wedding) this “.
And given the depth of the meaning of this regret with poetry Shire.
“I tried to change / Closed my mouth more / Tried to be softer, prettier – less awake”
“I’m trying to change / With my mouth shut / Being softer, prettier – more indifferent” – that was read when Beyoncé swirling underwater with his eyes open as in a trance – adapted from a poem entitled For Women Who Are Difficult To Love ( Difficult for Women Loved).
The figure of the poet warsan Shire who had a big role in the latest album BeyoncéThe figure of the poet warsan Shire who had a big role in the latest album Beyoncé
Words Shire impressed introspective and quiet, but there was anger contained therein.
The weight of meaning to his words earned him 60,000 followers on Twitter and he won the Young Poet Laureate for London in 2014.
Shire has published another poetry pamphlet, Her Blue Body, and the debut collection of poems will be published at the end of 2016.
His poetry, Home – adapted from the Conversations about home (at a deportation center) or Conversations about home (in a center of repatriation), and was written in 2009 – was widely shared in 2015, because lariknya which describes the refugee crisis directly to the heart of the matter with all problem.
Initially he wrote, “No one leaves home UNLESS / home is the mouth of a shark. You only run for the border / when you see the whole city / running as well, “or” Nobody wants to leave his / except when the house is at the mouth of the shark. People would run to the border / when they see the whole city / joined in the rush “.
The poem continues with the haunting words, “You have to understand / that no one puts Reviews their children in a boat / UNLESS the water is safer than the land”.
“That must be understood / nobody wants to put her in the boat / except when water is safer than the mainland – The figure of the poet warsan Shire who had a big role in the latest album Beyoncé”.
The poem, written in 2009 came after Shire visited the Embassy of Somalia in Rome which was empty, and by a group of young refugees, converted into a temporary home.
According to The Guardian, the night before the arrival of the Shire, a Somali youth jumped from the roof and died.
By living with a group of refugees, Shire became aware of the reality of life as an illegal immigrant in Europe.
In the paper, Shire said, “I wrote this poem for them, for my family and for anyone who has ever lived or experienced grief and trauma in the same way.”
Critics commented on how personal Lemonade album, with lyrics like, “You remind me of my father, a magician / Able to exist in two places at once” or “You remind me of my father, a magician / It could be in two places at once”.
Some parts are very personal on the album it was taken from a poem Shire as the unbearable weight of staying (the end of the relationship) or Load last (the end of a relationship) and Nail Technician As Palm Reader or clerk Manicure Become Readers Palms.
Ironically, the words Shire are what make this album feels intimate.
We may feel’re looking directly into the hearts of Beyoncé – but through poetry, written poet living in London.
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