This is the day of the week where we get to know each other better by answering a question devised by our lovely hostesses Parajunkee & Alisoncanread. Sounds like GFC is eventually going away.. so you may want to follow by email or bloglovin/feedly (I love both). And now for this week's question....
Q. Activity: Spine Poetry. Create a line of poetry with your book spines (take a picture). Not feeling creative? Tell us about your favorite poem.
A. I have only really just learned about Book Spine Poetry, and I think it is so much fun!! It makes me look through all of my books.. including ones I haven't read in a long long time.
Leave a link to your poems!
Awesome poem! I added little words to mine too, but I think yours makes way more sense! Love it! Old follower via Bloglovin'. My FFs are at Musings on Fantasia and LKHill. Happy Friday!ReplyDelete
It would be tough to not add words. Those who didn't add words bravo to them!!Delete
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OOh nice! Lots of different approaches to this one! One blogger just did the titles, so I thought that was what we had to do. I tried to write one but it didn't come out so good!ReplyDelete
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OH... I thought this was how we were supposed to do it. LOL!!Delete
I have not heard of book spine poetry! That's so cool! I'll have to stare at my bookcase for awhile to come up with one I think. But I love yours, it's very intriguing. :DReplyDelete
I love to do this poetry. I have seen it a few times before in readathons!Delete
Loved the Gunslinger series and the Historian looks fabulous.ReplyDelete
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Gunslinger is amazing.... I need to do a reread soon of the Dark Tower series. Thanks for stopping byDelete
Great job Angie! I have got to read Shadow and Bone already. Everyone is obsessed!!!ReplyDelete
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Ha! Love your poem! Poor missing historian. Hopefully that's not his bones that were found...ReplyDelete
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Such a mysterious poem. :)ReplyDelete
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I used very random books in my poem as well - some were Christian books, some were books from my kids' shelves, and one was a book that I read in high school!ReplyDelete
You can find my poem here.
Hehe, great job! Hope the Historian didn't suffer!ReplyDelete
I've had great fun reading through some of these poems.
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Lol, great poem! And I love that you used The Historian and a SK book!! :)ReplyDelete
Cool poem! Have you read The Historian? I've always wanted to read it. I own it but have only read 50 pages or so.ReplyDelete
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I like the poem. Totally cool how you put Shadow and Bone. I've got a signed copy that I haven't read yet, haha.
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Great poem, and thanks for dropping byReplyDelete
Fabulous poem! Yours makes a lot more sense than mine :)ReplyDelete
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I'm a new follower! I loved your poem. Please Check out my FFReplyDelete
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Nice use of book spine poetry. I am a new bloglovin' folower. Here is my FF.ReplyDelete
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