Create a poem using a minimum of three books. There is no maximum. You must use all of the words in the title of the book towards your poem. The poem does not have to rhyme or make sense. If you are struggling to create a poem, you may use one free word of your choice for each book that features in your poem. The word can be anything that you’d like and can feature in any part of your poem.
Saturday, January 24, 2015
#TreesOfRiverieReadAThon [Day 1]
TreesofReverie 72 HR Read-A-Thon
24th - 26th January 2015 | Host by: Tress of Reverie
Goal: read as much you can
Read Today: 1 book
Pages Read: 286 pages
○ Stop in the Name of Pants!, by Louise Rennison [page 36]
Book Read & Its Review:
○ Love Is a Many Trousered Thing, by Louise Rennison
Actually, I was supposed to make a TBR list, but I cannot, because I wasn't that ready for this read-a-thon, so I did not knew. I read this book from page one to the last in one sitting today. It was a lame day for reading and reviewing. My TRUE goal is to finish at least two books in this read-a-thon, but if I do more than that, I will be very very happy. Now, the challenge of today:
Create some book spine poetry!
don't look back to the city of heavenly fire!
if i stay, just for now, it will shatter me easy more than
thisthese lies beneath that aren't gone.
Do you like my "poem" that doesn't rhyme, but I kind of like?