Thursday, 10 January 2013

Book Spine Poetry

Escape Through the Pages is hosting today's Bout of Books challenge: Book Spine Poem. Whenever I start these they go a bit depressing (what is it with book melodramatic titles?) so I thought I'd do a silly one. It's not even a poem really but you need to an imagine a prim and proper lady saying it who can't bring herself to say the last word.

Oh, dear Silvia
Wicked business!
Bad girls hidden behind the sofa
The other hand among others'...


11 comments:

  1. Haha, I love this idea! Awesome (if slightly creepy) poem... :)

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  2. Checking some of the entries in the book spine poetry challenge. What a cute poem! :)

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  3. I really like your poem, and the photo is really well-done too!

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  4. I just love this poem! Great idea leaving the last word for us to fill in for ourselves ;-)

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  5. Great poem, loved the tiles you chose!

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  6. That's a good one. I really like book spine poetry. I must have a go sometime.

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  7. Gorgeous photo - and I surely can't be the only person to think that this is a naughty encounter being related with horror by a fusty old aunt? (In my head I'm reading it in Maggie Smith's Downton Abbey voice!) Like, maybe over high tea or something. I'm imagining teacups being dropped in horror. They won't even be able to eat their cucumber sandwiches, so SCANDALISED will Silvia be in her turn! Haha, no? Just me then... ;)

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    1. That is exactly what I was aiming for!

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  8. I really like this, good one!

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