"A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies... The man who never reads lives only one." George R.R Martin
I'm just like you, I want it to be perfect! This is such a hard challenge but also a lot of fun. Here was what I came up with: https://thoughtsontomes.wordpress.com/2015/02/21/book-spine-poetry-mini-challenge-1-book-blogger-love-a-thon-2015/
I love this challenge! You're right, hard but fun!
You done such a great job! I love it <3
Thank you! It was so fun!
Wow, Cassie! Your poem is great! I LOVE it! You did a WONDERFUL job! <3
Thank you dear. This is always my favorite challenge. I want to do it more often, it's so fun!
Woah. You can tell you took a lot of time with this. Wonderful poem! <3
I did take a lot of time. But it was worth it. I love this challenge. Everyone aways comes up with such great poems!
Oh this is fantastic! You should do more :P I didn't have many books to choose from so I ended up with something short but I was quite pleased that I even managed to do one!
I had too many books to choose from. Less books may have caused me not to over think it!
This is awesome! You did such a wonderful job!Stefani @ Caught Read Handed
Thank you! I'm terrible at normal poems but I love doing it with book spines. Not sure why.
This is an awesome poem! It tells a really cool story. :)
Your poem is so romantic, and I love it! You did such a great job, and I'm SO impressed that you were able to make it so long!
Your poem is really nice. Old GFC follower :-)
Awesome job!! I love it.
While "Book Spine Poetry" is a fun and creative challenge for book bloggers, "Chand Raat Poetry" is a form of expression that celebrates the beauty of language and culture during the festive season of Eid. Both types of poetry challenge us to think outside the box and use our imaginations to create something unique and meaningful. Whether it's through books or poetry, the power of words to inspire and move us is truly remarkable.