Book Blog Feature #4: Book Spine Poetry Tag

I’ve been seeing this one in YouTube and I’ve been wanting to do this book tag but because of the time and effort that it requires, I just kept on moving it of my to-do-list. 😀 The goal of this tag is to create a poem from your book’s spines. It’s also one of the challenges during the Love-a-thon 2016 that I was meaning to join but because of my schedule I was not able to participate ( 😦 ).

So one weekend, while I was cleaning my shelf (which was the same week that I did my Rainbow Photography Book Tag), I decided to try it and luckily I was able to make three poems from my stack of books with different themes. I am not sure who started this tag but whoever you are, credits and kudos to you! 🙂 I hope you enjoy the poems (?) that I created for you guys.

Love:

Some girls are
The beginning of everything;
Where things come back;
(But are) Forbiddden.

(Since you’ve been) Gone,
Everyday,
Before I Go To Sleep,
Things Fall Apart.

The Hours
Blink,
Speak.

For One More Day,
My Dream of You
Flipped.

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Nationalism:

Our town,
Everyday (a) Champion.
Another Day (a) Legend.
Never Fade(s) On Beauty

For One More Day Forbidden.

Against All Enemies (of) The Known World.

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Bookworms:

(In the) Room of The Reader Everything is Illuminated.
Fear (is) Gone.
The Chosen Home.

 

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Have you tried doing this tag before? If you haven’t tried it yet, I tag you to do it. 🙂

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