Vote in the #HGFireSideChat's Panem Anthem Contest!

As we reprted previously, HGFireSide Chat had a Panem Anthem contest to commemorate ‘Panem Independence Day’ which was July 5.

Lots of brilliant anthems were submitted in by the very talented fans from The Hunger Games fandom. Among the entries, four top Anthems were chosen and now they’re drawn up in a poll that you can vote in!

The polling will end on SUNDAY, JULY 10th, at 11:59pm ET

You can vote in the poll after checking out the four top entries below:

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TOP FOUR ANTHEM LYRICS:

“Bright Panem” by Alex Pipes

Here we stand, united by
The symbol of our heart
The people of the Mockingjay
Cannot be brought apart

We raise our faces to the sky
And let our spirits reign
Our country strong against the dark
Bright Panem is its name

Our hands have seen our earth undone
Our faces have known fear
And still we rise, conquered by none
To guard our freedom dear

We raise our faces to the sky
And let our spirits reign
Our country strong against the dark
Bright Panem is its name

Our hope shall ring onto the land
On wings of black and white
Our fire spreading hand to hand
To keep away the night

We raise our faces to the sky
And let our spirits reign
Our country strong against the dark
Bright Panem is its name

“Untitled” by Angelena

The world was becoming just ashes of black.
Once it had started there was no going back.
A place we once knew as America of the North
Fell away long ago and brought Panem forth.

Panem, oh, our great, surviving nation,
Something beautiful of our creation,
Standing so tall in the ruins of Earth;
From the burning ashes came about its birth.

The pain was great, the world was almost gone
And yet Panem arose to meet a new dawn.
The struggles were many, but here we still stand,
In our great Panem, together, hand in hand.

Panem, oh, our great, surviving nation,
Something beautiful of our creation,
Standing so tall in the ruins of Earth;
From the burning ashes came about its birth.

Yesterday is over, today marks the start
Of something in which we all play a part.
We’ll build up Panem to the best of our ability
And we will all live in sweet tranquility.

Panem, oh, our great, thriving nation,
Something beautiful of our creation,
Standing so strong with a hopeful future
With happiness and love for every creature.

“The New Republic of Panem” by Emily

We were once drowned deep in darkest days,
But we fought and beat the Hunger Games,
Now peace is our eternal way,
Panem forevermore!

To those who gave their lives that day,
Who followed in the Mockingjay,
Our symbol of prosperity
Has spread her wings to soar!

Districts put their own needs behind,
For we are stronger when combined,
Never again a need to run,
Thirteen at heart are one!

For a new Republic has been formed,
A government that’s justice born,
We believe in rights for all who say:
Our pride in freedom lay!

The memorials built for all to see,
The pain and death and misery,
A reminder that it’s history,
We’ve opened a new door!

And how long we hoped of better life,
For our children we have melted the knife,
The Rebellion worth our greatest strife,
We became victorious!

Into future we are marching fast,
The unknown, it lies before us, vast,
But we stand together united at last!
Panem forevermore!

“Untitled” by Kristen

O Freedom!
No more bloodshed of our children!
No more senseless deaths, but healing of ev’ry heart in ev’ry district!
We march forward, fighting tears, through a night full of peril and pain
And we find ourselves victorious in the morning’s light, full of promise!
A promise of a freedom, so impossible before
This is swore to us by loved ones who have fought this olden war

Chorus:
Ev’ry voice lifted on the wings of unity and hope!
Ev’ry boy and ev’ry girl, join in the catching fire!
And we will burn away the darkness of yesterday
No more injustice, no more games to play!
The feeble join hands and embrace this song
Panem, the new home of the proud and strong!

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