Sunday, 10 April 2016

Book Spine Poetry

The prompt today on NaPoWriMo is to write some book spine poetry, so here are two I put together:






Oracle Bones

Out in the Midday Sun
When God was a Rabbit
Making Silent Stones Speak. 




What I talk about when I talk about running / Calum's Road -
travels in hyperreality -
the accidental / beautiful losers

This kind of poetry is fun and easy and can be slightly addictive....

8 comments:

De said...

Love these!

Simon Douglas Thompson said...

William S. Burroughs and Bryin Geeson's cut up technique

Bill said...

Just glancing at the bookshelf at my elbow:

faces of love
good as new
what the mystics know

dosankodebbie said...

Ha ha, I can see how it would be addictive. I'll have to try it!

jazzy tower said...

When God was a rabbit.....love this:)

Lowcarb team member said...

So cleverly done, but so simple too ... I think!
Perhaps I'll give it a try soon and see ...

Have a great new week

All the best Jan

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

It is a good bit of discipline, NaPoWriMo! Good for you!

Sandy said...

I love it! this prompt must have been fun to do.