Category: Humour & Comedy,  Poetry

Keywords: Poetry, Humor, Sonnets, Kbuuk, Voicebunny, Pentametron, Shakespeare

Published: 04/30/2013

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A Collection of Internet Sonnets from the Pentametron Project


Poetry can be found everywhere, even on Twitter. Pentametron, a Twitter bot (@Pentametron or on the web at, pulls random tweets and puts them into sonnet form. Kbuuk, while we’re not affiliated with Pentametron, we did think this would be a fun way to show off the amazing talent at our partner audiobook creator Voicebunny. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information contained in the published sonnets as Twitter and Pentametron are both frequently updated and changing. Now, Kbuuk and Voicebunny present to you Twittertry: A Collection of Internet Sonnets from the Pentametron Project.

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About the Author

Oct 24, 2011

Heather Wied has been the Resident Writer and Marketing Director for Kbuuk since the company's launch in March 2012. She graduated from Texas A&M University with an MS-Marketing degree, but deep in her heart she's a writer. Heather writes all of the Kbuuk How To Series that are published through this account, but you can also find her personal works on her upcoming personal account where she writes both fiction and non-fiction.

You can also get a taste for her writing style on the Kbuuk company blog at And if you're social, so is she because she's at the helm of the Kbuuk social media channels.

Though she has many mottos in life, one of her favorites is Peace, Love, and Literature, so happy reading and writing to all!

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