February 21, 2015 • Cee • Events

The Book Blogger Love-a-Thon, hosted by Alexa and Katelyn, is an event dedicated to spreading the love for blogs + bloggers! It’s time dedicated to exploring the blogging community, leaving a comment or two, meeting new friends and fostering positivity among the bloggers of the community.

Confession: I’ve never made a spine poem before. I always find them so awkward and stilted. However, I decided to give it a try, and oh boy, after staring at my shelves for 15 minutes, I managed to create a lovely spine poem. And here it is:

Across A Star Swept Sea,
These Broken Stars
Tell the Wolves I’m Home
Since You’ve Been Gone

What do you think about my poem? 

 

16 Responses to “2015 Book Blogger Love-a-Thon | Spine Poetry!”

  1. :D :D Nice! I like your poem a lot. I thought about using Tell the Wolves I’m Home in my poem as well, since that’s just such a poetic title in itself. Across a Star-Swept Sea is also a lovely title.

    And since we’re talking about Tell the Wolves I’m Home – have you read it yet? I just read it this week and OMG IT CRUSHED ME.

  2. Bruna says:

    The poem is lovely! The spines are also really pretty put together like that. *-*

  3. Great poem. Those spines look pretty together.

  4. Elizabeth says:

    Kind of scary! If I was the person who was gone if worry about you being attacked by the wolf.

  5. Fida says:

    It is an awesome poem! Thank you!

  6. Stephanie H. says:

    LOVE! Your poem is wonderful! You did an awesome job! :D
    Stephanie @ My Bookish Itinerary

  7. Has everyone heard of this but me?!?! Beautiful job!

  8. Amy M. says:

    Nice poem! Not sure I have enough physical books to do book poetry. I love reading them though. They can be so creative! :)

  9. This one is beautiful! And I love the picture as well. The first two books look so gorgeous together.

  10. I love the poem! I especially love the way Across a Star Swept Sea and These Broken Stars look next to each other. Sooo pretty!!

  11. I find making these really difficult but they are also so much fun. I love yours. I wish I owned Across a Star Swept Sea and These Broken Stars, they lend themselves really well to book spine poetry!

    I don’t think I’ve ever visited your blog before but is that A REALLY CUTE NARWHAL in your logo? I love it.

  12. Great job! I really wanted to use Tell the Wolves I’m Home in a poem as well. I just LOVE that title, but I couldn’t figure out a poem to use it in. Yours is wonderful!
    Stefani @ Caught Read Handed

  13. chloe says:

    This is lovely! I had a hard time coming up with mine too but I was pretty happy in the end. I used Across A Star Swept Sea as well :)

  14. Alexa S. says:

    I love it, Cee! I think you did a wonderful job with your poem. It’s so soothing and yet there’s also a note of discord, because who are the “wolves” the person speaking is referring to? Sounds a little intimidating, if you ask me!

  15. Lucy says:

    I love this poem. It’s dramatic and rich. #Loveathon

  16. I love your book spine poetry, Cee! <3


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