15 February 2014

Book Blogger Love-A-Thon Mini-Challenge: Book Spine Poetry

Today is the official start of the 2014 Book Blogger Love-a-thon, hosted by Katelyn and Alexa. It's two days of spreading the love for book blogs and the bloggers behind them! Check out the host's websites for the amazing list of all of the wonderful things that are happening across the book blogosphere!

It's time for the first mini-challenge! The first challenge is some Book Spine Poetry - you use the spines of books to create a poem.

It was SO DARN HARD to do this. My brain hurts now! I can't wait to read everyone else's'!

SHOW THE LOVE!


My Last Duchess
Wrapped in White;
A Most Peculiar Circumstance.
Never Coming Back...


Head on over to Alexa Loves Books and add to the linky!

20 comments:

  1. This is a fun poem and so intriguing! Love the spines, too. :)

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  2. Oooh very cool! I love it -- short and sweet but carries a lot of weight! Great job! :)

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  3. This was such a fun poem to read! I'm so happy you're joining us in the Love-A-Thon :)
    -Katelyn

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  4. Love it! I'm seeing so many new books I've never read reading all these poems!

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  5. Beautiful poem! It's so crisp and descriptive--love it!

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  6. Okay so now I want to know the whole story! I'm intrigued!! What happened to her??

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  7. Ooh, this sounds like it's the makings of a historical romance! I NEED TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED.

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  8. I really like your poem! And I agree, it is like the beginning of a story!

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  9. Such mystery... Agreeing with commenters before me: It's like a teaser for a novel full of intrigue!

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  10. Oh wow! I love this! It's like the beginning of a story about the duchess, and I want to know what the peculiar circumstance is what made her never come back!

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  11. What a lovely poem! Now I want to know why she was the last duchess and what happened.

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  12. aww I like this poem. It's hard to write short ones and you did that really well with these books :)

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  13. I really like this! Short and sweet, but very nicely done! Great job!

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  14. I agree, it isn't easy to create one of these but yours came out really well!

    Nicole @ The Quiet Concert

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  15. Oooh, nice one! I really like it, it has a mysterious yet playful feel to it. =)

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  16. I love this! And the story behind it is shrouded in mystery too, what happened to her?

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  17. Hah this is awesome :D I wouldn't even know where to start with book spine poetry, well done!

    - Wattle @ Whimsical Nature

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  18. Wow, it actually makes sense! I like it! It makes me think of a cool story that would go with it...now to write it. ;)

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  19. This is just lovely! Great poetry :)

    Followed you on blogger! Love discovering new blogs through Loveathon! :)

    -Kimi at Geeky Chiquitas

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