I’m very late to this hype train, but really, what else is new? I’ve been wanting to do a book spine poetry post for a long time, but I keep putting it off because it seems like one of those challenges that will be super fun, but will also destroy my bookshelves, and I wasn’t looking forward to the clean-up.
But since I’m in the middle of a huge decluttering project
and everything is kind of a mess right now anyway, I figured this would be the
perfect opportunity to give it a try. So here we are. I present to you 5 poetic
“masterpieces,” created solely from the titles of books on my shelves.
I’ll let you make of these what you will, but let me just tell you that, for most of these, I had no idea what I was doing. I was basically just putting titles together that I thought sounded cool. I tried to make them have some kind of theme, or little story, that sparked my imagination.
Let me know what you think of my creations down in the comments. Do you like them? Do you hate them? Have you found some deep philosophical meaning in them? I’d love to discuss down below!
Thanks for reading — or mostly looking, I guess, in this case. I’ll see you next time!
I am an aspiring writer and lover of stories as well as a college student double majoring in French and Writing. I love reading, and I wanted to make this blog as a way to share my love of books and writing with other people like me.