Love-A-Thon Challenge 3: Book Spine Poetry
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Challenge 3: Book Spine Poetry
I had never heard of book-spine poetry and I am very bad at poetry. So I hope I did a pretty good job at this. For this challenge I tried to make two small poems with my books.
Since some of my books are sometimes a bit bent in the spine, I will write the text underneath the pictures again.
*Stray heroes flyte
A darker shade of magic
Half bad magyk
The bad beginning
I think I did not a half bad job. I kind of like them, now that I have read them a few times.
I stood in front of my bookshelves for an hour before I found the first few books that I thought I could start something with. And then I just added more books to them if I felt I needed to. The second one took me less time, but I kept adding and removing books or switching them out. But I think this way it is the best.
I hope you like them too.
For now, let books enrich your life!
7 thoughts on “#LoveAThon Challenge: Book Spine Poetry”
I can imagine it wasn’t easy to make those poems. I was thinking for long what to “write” myself .
Your cam up pretty good. I like the second one better.
I liked your second poem! I understand standing in front of your shelves and staring at the books. I did the same thing until a few popped out at me that I thought would go together. Good job!
You did a great job! Book spine poetry can be challenging! I always stand in front of mine for so long before I can put some together!
Ooh! Your second poem sounds very ominous. I’m sure Lemony Snicket would be proud for the apt usage of that book 😉
Book spine poetry is so hard! It too me a while to figure out what books to use too! I really liked these poems! I think the second one is my favorite 🙂
They are both good. I really like the second one. 😀
I think you did a great job!
Stephanie @ My Bookish Itinerary
I think you did a wonderful job! The second one is very eerie, but it only makes me curious about the poem’s narrator. Excellent job <3