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text 2014-08-19 23:39
Bout of Books Book Spine Poetry!


He's gone

Out of reach.

we were once unbreakable


we're unraveling

reckless jealousy


thoughtless betrayals

loss, rage, and shattered souls

this is

the catastrophic history of you and me




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text 2014-03-17 21:05
Book Spine Poetry

I've been seeing a lot of Book Spine Poetry lately. Rachel over at Beauty and the Bookshelf does Sunday Spinetry every so often. And Michelle at Book Briefs has a giveaway as part of the #TBRreadathon going on that has to do with book spine poetry. Okay, that's only two examples, but it made me want to discuss Book Spine Poetry and try my hand at it.
Emily attempts book spine poetry
 Where I belong, unremembered
 In the after
Well...that was my first attempt. I realized it was a bit short so I tried again! This time with 5 books.

Shattered souls shift the dead tossed waves.
Under the Never Sky.
Ha! That was a bit better. Look, I even added an exclamation mark. That makes it look more like an actual poem.

A Deadly little secret, born wicked.
The symptoms of my insanity...
Oh! Cruel Beauty; No one else can have you.
This time I took some creative license and added my own words to the poem to make it flow better.
Ten white lines, every other day.
Poison, Wither, Sever.
Until I Die.
This is my favorite poem. It uses the largest number of books, seven, but most of the titles are one word so the poem still feels short. 
While making these I noticed most book spine poems are short. Which makes me want to write one that is like 40 books long. Maybe next time! 
Last Thoughts 
What is your opinion on book spine poetry? Do you love it, hate it, are you indifferent? Do you think it takes too much time and isn't worth doing as part of an entry in to a giveaway? I want to know. Tell me in the comments! Also, if you've ever posted about book spine poetry leave links to your poems. 
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