You’ve inspired me to try this!
Here’s the link to another one I did…
Browse around and you will find many other slicers have book spine poems, too.
Incredible – so much meaning in titles poled together. Loved your poem.
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The book spine poems are fascinating. Choosing and creating with existing titles is not as easy as it looks. Thank you for your poem. It leaves me thinking.
I have read at least two of these! Well done!
This poem feels sad to me — it holds secrets and makes me want to know more.
Quite a lot to contemplate, but God is always in it, so we don’t really have to worry.
I love spine poems… hmm, I think I’ll see what I can do with grandson’s books!
I’ve seen this done by a few slicers now and am intrigued. Yours is themed and exquisite. It does speak directly to grief and I appreciate you putting it out there. I read your other slice explaining the books and am ordered two of them for my cousin after the loss of her mother recently. Thank you for the explanation. So glad I stopped by!
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