Friday, October 4, 2013

Titles.....


For dVerse Form for All, today, Sam has us exploring the spines of the books in our library and here are the results.
(1)
(on) A NIGHT LIKE THIS
THE DARLING BUDS OF MAY
(sing in) THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS
(bringing back)
MEMORIES OF MALGUDI



and one more with 55 words for dVerse and the g-Man

(in) The House of the Seven Gables
(lived) M.C.Higgins the Great
(and) The Trumpet-Major
(Together, they read)
How to write 
letters for all occasions

(now it was time)
(they wrote)
Letters from a Nut
(said) The Interpreter of Maladies
An Incomplete Education
(sadly here just is the) Commencement
(of a loss of) Sense and Sensibility 



9 comments:

  1. Very creatively done, both for dVerse and the G-Man. I really should get another 55 together; it's such a good exercise.

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  2. Clever....enjoyed both of them!

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  3. singing in the language of flowers...that sounds wonderful... i have to try..smiles... well done... both of them..

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  4. ha. nice...i def like singing the language of flowers...letters froma nut made me smile as well...happy saturday to you

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  5. Very well done ~ I was smiling with singing of language of flowers and An Incomplete Education ~

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  6. Creative direction for both the short and longer versions.

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  7. Both of these poems spotlight a neat variation on the framework of spine poetry - using your own words to weave the various titles together into a more cohesive whole. The result works well, in both poems, despite their thematic differences - the first emotionally wrought, and the second conveying a subtle humor. Well done!

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  8. Romance and humor. who could ask for more than that? I too liked "sing in the language of flowers"!

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  9. Lady in Read...
    Always late, but always fantastic!
    Loved your bookshelf 55
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week

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