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I'm back for another mini challenge, and then I will probably, finally, get out of my pyjamas for the day.
Here's Ticket to Anywhere's description of the challenge:
Using the titles on book spines, make a short poem at least three “books” long/tall.
And here's my poem!
|It's pretty abstract, and also the lighting in my house today is abysmal. The snowfall warning has turned into actual snowfall.|
of human bondage.
Who has seen the wind?
A little bit about each of these books, again:
Plowing the Dark by Richard Powers
This is one of the very few books that I read in university (not for university, but for recreation, while I was there). I remember it being a cool concept about the creation of a holodeck type of technology, connected with a hostage in the Middle East. I've never read any of Powers' other books yet, though.
Of Human Bondage by W. Somerset Maugham
A Top 100 whose review I haven't posted yet, but which you may remember that I called the best book I read last year.
Who Has Seen the Wind? by W. O. Mitchell
This is the prototypical Saskatchewan prairie novel, which I read a little while before I started blogging. It's ok, and talks about the wind a lot.