This one is lots of fun but I have had some other demands on my time and I'm just too tired to write this one up. I'm going to go back and find previous years we have done this - copy a line or two and a photo or two and just leave ya' to it! Cheers!!
So, this is an intriguing way to “create” or, actually, “find” a poem by arranging and rearranging a stack of books horizontally that show the title on the book spine into something clever that might be a “poem.” Just like creating any poetry, you get to decide if it will happy or sad, serious or funny or whatever.
and pull out some that have possibilities and start
stacking them up to see what you might discover.
Here are a few samples:
Elias of Elderberry
Davy Crockett and the King of the River
Winter is Not Forever
Never Can Say Good-bye
Behind the Scenes
Please remember – any poetry found on this blog, written by me, is my personal property and may not be used without my permission. The same goes for any poems that are shared in the comments section of this blog. They are the property of the person who shares them. These poems are their original work and no one may use them in any form without their express permission. It is understood that they own the copyright to it. Thanks!!
And if you choose to post your poems on your own blog – that’s awesome. But please don’t just copy and paste my daily instructions, but rather post your poem and LINK BACK TO THIS BLOG POST for others to read the instructions. Thanks for respecting my work.