Hi guys, this is always my favorite post of Loveathon – I love making book spine poetry and half the time I forget it exists! So here we go (the first one is my favorite, it’s almost a haiku and I love that it tells a story).
Mostly YA Lit’s 2016 Book Spine Poetry
Better off friends
We were liars
(P.S. I still love you)
When we collided
small bones, lost stars
This is where the world ends.
Let the sky fall.
Under a painted sky, we all looked up.
I was here.
Do you like making book spine poetry? Which is your fave of these three? And if you’re participating in #Loveathom 2016, leave me a link for your post!
I LOVE the second poem so much! Book spine poetry is always a challenge for me!
Book spine poetry is so fun!! I love these!
How odd that when I read through your second poem, with Let The Sky Fall, I suddenly started hearing Adele’s Skyfall in my head LOL.
LOL – I totally sing that in my head every time I see that cover!
I LOVE YOUR POEMS! I’m particularly fascinated by the first one. It sounds like a sad love story, and I want to know more!!!
Ohhh great job! Book spine poetry is often harder than it looks cause it really reflects our reading tastes. I have to say I love the first and third one! Well done Tiff.
Weirdly, I haven’t actually thought of doing this before! I’ll see if I can try and do this at home sometime this week. It looks like a very fun thing to do! Oh, and I really love the second one. :’) And maybe the third one too. Actually, they’re all pretty good.? Really nice post, Tiff!
I love ALL of these Tiff ♥ fantastic job! I’ve never tried book spine poetry before but I want to – I just tend to get bogged down by trying to use only my favorite books and when it doesn’t really work I get discouraged. I have to try again soon 🙂
Didn’t know this was a thing but I’m glad it is! My favorite is the last one…. Love it!
I love book spine poetry; I like the one that starts with Under the Painted Sky; that one has some of my favorite books. 🙂
Huh. I didn’t know this was a thing. The first one sounds really dramatic (haha) but I love the imagery system in the second one.
The hopeless romantic in mean absolutely loves the first one best! I’d definitely read any book with that plot! 🙂
I have never heard of book spine poetry but I think it is a great idea and is very fun!!! Want to try it on my own now!
That’s interesting, I never really make book spine poems lol!
I’ve never heard of this before, but it makes me want to try it myself!