Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Perfectly Poetical Tuesday: Found Poetry



Found poetry is a re-structuring of already written words, formed and shaped by the poet into something altogether different. The 'already written words' in this case, are the titles on my bedroom's bookshelf. Both random and beloved, sitting next to untouched or tattered.

I found poetry on my bookshelf. Where will YOU find poetry?


The Jungle:
Inferno.
Out Of Control, Gone With The Wind:
Prodigal
Summer.
An Acceptable Time, Watership Down, The Ramayana:
The
Red
Tent.
Persuasion, The Grapes Of Wrath, A Widow For One Year:
Love
In The Time
Of
Cholera.
Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn and
The Count Of Monte Cristo:
Sense
And
Sensibility.
Anna Karenina, Christ The Lord, Jane Eyre:
On
Fortune's
Wheel.
Middlemarch, Ines Of My Soul, To The Lighthouse:
The
Odyssey.
Cold Mountain, Pride And Prejudice, The Hobbit:
Wuthering
Heights.
The Piano Teacher, The Heretic's Daughter, Mansfield Park:
Confessions
Of
An Ugly
Stepsister.
In Defense Of Food, Taking Charge Of Your Fertility:
The
Holy
Bible.
In Sunlight In A Beautiful Garden:
Rebecca.


Whew! Now, go find some poetry and link up your creation at The Little Stuff of Life today for Perfectly Poetical Tuesday!

3 comments:

  1. Great idea to go to your bookshelf for inspiration! I love it! Interesting how the titles go together, isn't it?!

    Thanks so much for joining in!

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