Book Spine Poetry—Easy Magic! Anyone with a collection of books can become an artist¦

Book Spine Poetry—Easy Magic

Book Spine Poetry—Easy Magic! Anyone with a collection of books can become an artist¦

Book Spine Poetry… You’ve heard of it, haven’t you? It’s pretty simple, and anyone with a collection of books can become an artist. You just go to your bookshelf and pull out a handful of books with interesting titles, stack them in a logical (and hopefully musical) order, and take a picture. Voila! You’ve come up with something magical!

I have seen some truly lovely images and stirring words. #BookSpinePoetry on Twitter is a great source of inspiration, and I’ve even caught some on Instagram. After seeing so many I loved, I decided to give it a try—and invite my friends to join me.

Here’s what I came up with:

Book Spine Poetry—Easy Magic! Anyone with a collection of books can become an artist…

Works of Poetic Artistry by Friends

I asked for contributions on Facebook and Twitter, and I am delighted to present to you these masterpieces!

Book Spine Poetry—Easy Magic! Anyone with a collection of books can become an artist¦
by Yvonne Marjot – “I feel autumn coming on…”

 

Book Spine Poetry—Easy Magic! Anyone with a collection of books can become an artist¦
by Adrienne Smith Hartman
Book Spine Poetry—Easy Magic! Anyone with a collection of books can become an artist¦
by Marlee Randol Hughes
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Book Spine Poetry—Easy Magic! Anyone with a collection of books can become an artist¦
Another by the clever Yvonne Marjot…

All this reminds me a little bit of a Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt! Have you done one of those before? Great fun, though Book Spine Poetry is a different spin on that old classic. I had fun with both of them!

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What jewel in the crown is sitting on your bookshelf? Want me to add your (family friendly) book spine poetry? I’d love to!

Post in the comments below, or send your pictures to me via email: robin (at) robinlythgoe.com 

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