© Marie Marshall
I’m going to do that with all my books.
Just as soon as get them on the shelves and out of the disheveled (de-shelved?) piles and stacks in which they currently reside…
Alternatively you could re-style the piles into the shape of a submarine.
Love the poem. Some of my books are by accident standing like that, forgotten the titles. One day I shall have a nice surprise!
One would hope so.
A novel approach 😉
Oh good grief, Charlie Brown.
LOL I just love doing this kind of overworked comment to people with sophistication and watch them cringe … 😉
‘…people with sophistication…’
*looks round to see who just walked in*
People are like that, too. Their title is turned within and their story buried within a soul that must be touched–no–fondled, to be read.
There’s a lot to be said for judging by the cover. No, really.
Reblogged this on Eric M. Vogt: North Country Calls.
Blimey, so you did!
O, I have been waiting so long for a girl to say “Blimey”! Thank you. There are a few more things on my bucket list, like an aussie girl saying “No worries” and a German girl saying “Ve haf vayz to make you tahlk!”
So glad I was able to plug a hole in your bucket list of stereotypes. 🙂
Reminds me of the saying “a classic novel is what everyone wants to say they’ve read but don’t want to read.”
Do you write more in public spaces or at home?
I hate public spaces, so that decides it for me.
Classic novels are like revolutions – everybody would quite like one to happen, if it wasn’t for having to clear up the mess afterwards. I’ve read a few, so I’m probably up for the barricades too. Actually, scratch that – I hate public spaces.
very cool…. i may have to re-arrange my bookshelf
Do it, then take a selfie standing in front of it.
This is just an exciting concept and a beautiful poem. If it wasn’t so gauche, I’d call it the perfect storm poem. Delicious!
Go for gauche.
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