Word on the ‘Net is April’s been National Poetry Month – i.e., the perfect excuse to finally get around to posting this book spine poem I composed back in February, inspired as I was by the Alexa Loves Books-hosted 2015 Book Blogger Love-a-Thon.
Some of you may recall the last time I shared such a poem (during the 2014 Love-a-Thon, as it happens.) Proud as I was of that piece of art, I do believe I like this one even better. Probably because it strikes me as sounding like some epic, ancient prophecy. Complete with rhymes. ^o^
One more day on the Isle of Sound and Wonder inspired the Seventh Spell:
Transparent ink. The violet hour. The toll of another bell.
The Song Caster unhinged the door in the mountain; splintered the spirit war.
Vicious, marvelous spirit’s end – mistborn legends and lore.
This lyrical omen brought to you by…
One More Day by L.S. Murphy and others (including yours truly) – available here
On the Isle of Sound and Wonder by Alyson Grauer – my review here
Inspired by Danielle E. Shipley – available here
The Seventh Spell (Book Three of The Wilderhark Tales) by Danielle E. Shipley – available here
Transparent by Natalie Whipple – my review here
Ink (Paper Gods #1) by Amanda Sun – found here on Goodreads
The Violet Hour (The Violet Hour #1) by Whitney A. Miller – found here on Goodreads
The Toll of Another Bell: A Fantasy Anthology by yours truly and others – available here
The Song Caster (Book Four of The Wilderhark Tales) by Danielle E. Shipley – available here
Unhinged (Splintered #2) by A.G. Howard – my review here
The Door in the Mountain by Caitlin Sweet – my review here
Splintered (Splintered #1) by A.G. Howard – my review here
The Spirit War (Eli Monpress #4) by Rachel Aaron – my review here
Vicious by V.E. Schwab – my review here
Marvelous (The Books of Marvella #1) by Travis Thrasher – found here on Goodreads
Spirit’s End (Eli Monpress #5) by Rachel Aaron – my review here
Mistborn: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson – found here on Goodreads
Legends and Lore: An Anthology of Mythic Proportions by yours truly and others – available here
3 thoughts on “Book Spine Poetry Prophecy”
This is brilliant 😀 🙂 What a great idea!
Thanks! It’s been a while since I reread it, but happy days: It still pleases me. ^_^
😀 I can see why 🙂 Such fun 🙂