Bookspine Poetry – Sci-fi 

I popped into the library yesterday to indulge in a little bookspine poetry. Although I was in a library my book choice was limited to the shelves at eye level since I’m currently unable to bend! (It’s a long story involving a skiing fall, lifting a box and an osteopath)

Anyway, here’s my bookspine poetry of top shelf Sci-fi!

Men of the Otherworld,

Daughters of an Emerald dusk,

Return to the Whorl;

Frostbitten. 

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About Nicola Auckland

Busy wife to one & mum to two. I've caught the creative writing bug, now need to practice, get awesome and write something worth reading. Simples.
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13 Responses to Bookspine Poetry – Sci-fi 

  1. rugby843 says:

    Love this. Tried it out again.

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  3. ron877 says:

    A skier, a box-lifter, and an osteopath go into a bar …..

    Hope you are feeling better and soon poetry will lift you to greater heights
    (although I still have to concentrate to appreciate what I read).

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    • Is the punchline about the skier getting much better and getting back to hating running again? I sure hope so.

      Thanks for reading, I still can’t claim to appreciate poetry. I am trying though 🙂

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  4. How clever ! They all connect, you must have an eagle eye.

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  5. Simon says:

    I like how these have been selected… I hope you enjoy them! 🙂

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  6. Cool! Well done. I will have to try this!

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