Where Words Hide

Book asylums rejoice

wild words written

by the curious writer

Image Courtesy of New Old Stock 

11 thoughts on “Where Words Hide

  1. wow just the thought

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  2. This just made me smile. Thank you.

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  3. That haiku took my breathe away..Books are a weakness 🙂

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    1. Thank you 🙂 One of my favorite hiding places is among the old “forgotten” books. So much treasure to be found 🙂


  4. book asylums! how wonderful

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  5. MAN, do I ever want to check myself into a “book asylum” today. YES.

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    1. It’s funny how this little poem just popped up. I was scrambling to get ready for work when I decided to play with the Language is a Virus website.

      They have one “word machine” that operates much like magnetic poetry found on many fridges. I chose Stephen King’s most used words and saw “books” and “asylum.” That’s all it took for the poem to run like a current from the screen to my fingers. Pretty sure my brain wasn’t aware of it for a few minutes lol.

      Do you ever come across poems that are just dying to leave your fingers for the screen or paper?


  6. Wonderful Haiku for book lovers!

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  7. That’s soul curry for the soul:)

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