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Book Spine Poem: On Postcards and No Tomorrow

The 2012 National Poetry Month poster, designed by Chin-Yee Lai.

In celebration of the National Poetry Month (check out Jama Rattigan’s summary of kidlitosphere events here), Travis Jonker is featuring  Book Spine Poems over at 100 Scope NotesGenerally, the idea is to create a poem from book titles/book spines. We have posted our first one around nine days back (with a focus on mischief and misdemeanor). For this week we look at the theme postcards and no tomorrows.

And here’s another one:

Have you created any book spine poems yet? If you have, leave us a link in the Comments Section so I can check out yours.

9 comments on “Book Spine Poem: On Postcards and No Tomorrow

  1. Fats Suela

    To answer your question, I haven’t. But I will. SOON!! =)

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  2. How did I lisa this? It is such fun. Will try something after work. Thank you!

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  3. These are so much fun, love your titles! I had some fun with spine poems a couple of weeks ago, maybe it is time to try again! http://teachingyoungwriters.blogspot.com/2012/04/little-innisfree-asphalt-and-book-spine.html

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  4. That is fun!

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  5. Can’t get much better than two books, Postcards from no man’s land, love, stargirl! Mine is here, Myra: http://www.teacherdance.blogspot.com/2012/03/book-spine-poems-exploring-our-books.html I’ve been struggling for topics lately, so maybe I should begin looking at book titles again!

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