Book Spine Poetry

Cath has infected me with the idea of creating poetry from book spines.  It is a fun idea and I have delighted in using the books at my disposal.


Story
Secret Daughter
Wilful Behaviour
Breakdown
What am I doing here?
Good news for Anxious Christians
Safe Passage
Loving the Way Jesus Loves
Stepping Heavenward

Most of my friends are not bloggers.  However, many of them read – more than me.  I would love to see their creativity – Michael, Jill, Rhonda, Peter and Joy.  If you read this and have a go, I will post your efforts on my blog.  My reading tastes are somewhat random.

 

About sarahcondie

I am a Christian, a wife, a mother, an ex-librarian, a minister's wife, a women's Pastor, a quilter, a reader, I enjoy thinking about things slowly, I love cups of tea, I love sitting at my kitchen table in dappled sunlight and chatting with my friends, my children's friends, my family abut anything and everything.
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5 Responses to Book Spine Poetry

  1. Michael Condie says:

    Spirit Word and Truth
    Anglicanism in Australia
    A Public University
    Believing in Australia
    The Encyclopaedia of Religion in Australia
    He that Doeth
    The Life and Times of an Angry Young Man (The Billy Joel Story)

    I feel like mine is a little bit narrow and potentially boring…

    • sarahcondie says:

      I love it!

      If you were at home and not in the library it might look a little different. xo

      • Michael Condie says:

        Sadly, my list at home would be rather similar, except for a focus on genocide, civics and citizenship and history education. I’m hoping some fiction might slip back in there at some point in the future…

  2. Cath says:

    That’s great Sarah! I love the redemptive theme. Did you find it hard? I did. Maybe I’m too much of a perfectionist. I LOVE that book Stepping Heavenward. Mine has disappeared and I think I’ll have to replace it.

    Hope you’re having a refreshing rest… 🙂

    • sarahcondie says:

      Thanks Cath. Thanks for the inspiration. Was fun. Could almost get addicted. I have a spare copy of that book that you can have – would love you to have it. Will put in Dave’s pigeon hole in 2 weeks. xoxo

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