The winner of T-Mobile’s ‘txt laureate’ contest for the best poem contained in a 160-character SMS message saw £1000 going to a 23-year old law student called Ben Ziman-Bright. The winning entry: "Not even the wet rustle of rain can dampen today. Your text buoys me above oil-rainbow puddles like a paper boat, so that even soaked to the skin, I am grinning". Aww …
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