2016 Love-A-Thon: Book Spine Poetry!

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The Love-a-Thon is an event dedicated to spreading positivity and love. It’s time dedicated to visiting other bloggers/Instagrammers/BookTubers, leaving a comment or two, making new friends and fostering positivity among the members of our amazing community. As in the previous years, the event will include mini challenges, Twitter chats and giveaways galore!

Hosted by: Alexa of Alexa Loves Books, Cee of The Novel Hermit, Hazel of Stay Bookish, Mel of The Daily Prophecy

Hello everyone!! I hope everyone is having a lovely Sunday. Today is a not particularly sunny Sunday here in Texas. When I opened the blinds today, it was pretty dark outside and it just felt like an overall lazy day. I’d like to say that I spent the day reading or playing games but my puppy and I, both tired from our little day of travel yesterday, stayed in bed and napped. Here are a few pictures from yesterday’s little trip. We basically wanted to ensure that our little love got to see the ocean at least once in her little life and the verdict was *drum roll*…she hated it. LOL. She was ready to go home and be back in her bed and home like ten minutes after us getting there so after a few hours at the beach we packed on up and came home. She’s apparently an introvert just like her momma ❤

So yeah, I am getting around to Love-A-Thon challenges a little late in the day but I am super excited to be posting and participating in something that has been super fun for me.

This post is for the Book Spine Poetry Challenge! The challenge is to make a poem out of the words on the spines of books. I love book spines, don’t you? Some (if not all) of them are just downright gorgeous and this was just another excuse to stand in front of my bookshelves and admire them *cough cough* I mean search through them for the challenge. :). Anyway, on to the poem I made for the Book Spine Poetry Challenge!

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Dear Old Love,
Since You’ve Been Gone
These Broken Stars
Shatter Me.
Thirteen Reasons Why
Life As We Knew It
Uprooted.

 

 

I hope that made sense and I hope that you enjoyed it just as much as I enjoyed picking the books out and creating it!

Happy Love-A-Thon!

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