Emily Burnham - Orono, ME (USA):
Stayed up too late, smoked three fourths of a pack of camel
lights and hunkered down to read this book. The cover is GREEN,
though in bright light it has a slight blue shade. Like the
colors of the earth. I remember watching the sun set and begin
to rise, tidal, evenly, dark blue to parisian blue to purple to
red to orange to the the usual beyond pale blue of early
spring, i read this Book.
Book. I am tired and I want it to end. but I
feel obligated by now. this book, means so much, spent fuel on
nothing, felt nothing, aching eyes reading page after page, hmmmmmmm, laying in
bed, hands on belly, i have fallen asleep into the musty pages,
only to rise out again and F I N I S H
i dreamt again of lost time and wishing wells, burnt out on
marijuana and trying too hard, long car rides in the frozen back
roads of Waldo county
and again i is fallin out adding my last stanza to the
Book I did it my way, like Frank Sinatra, woke up with
it on the floor and smiled. Passed it on to another and
Priscilla Stuckey - Oakland, CA (USA):
This is the book that first inspired me to copy lines out
of it into my journal. I was fourteen.
This is the children's book, along with fifteen others, that I greedily
checked out one pallid summer day after first grade--and read them all
Sandeep Gautam - Gurgaon, Haryana (INDIA):
This book is (TM)(C)(R). It must be read end to end. It
must be kept away from the reach of childern and stored in
a cold and dark place. It must be used only when required
and under proper supervision. This book must be genetically erased from the
memory if the reader does not pay the license for two consecutive
years.This book will be in Public Domain when I expire (or 75
years from today-whichever is latest).
This book cannot be reproduced, this book prevents you from reproducing, this
book contians the patent on the missionary position.
This book caused the death of Ghalib.
This book talks about lateral drifts and working in a mine.This book
will be studied in HU-420 in IIITD in year 1996. It may
be repeated the next year too.
This book contains moving images and floating words. It also
has a poll to decide whether one should read the page or
skip to the next one. This book has been written one page
at a time. All pages contain a teen picture. Irrsepective of
the poll, you'll click on each page.
Alfred J Bruey - Jackson, MI (USA):
This book was not written by me, but I have had fantasies
about many of the events in this book.
This book can read your mind. You are thinking "A book can't
read your mind." See, it was right, wasn't it?
This book was not written by her but every event in the
book was inspired by her.
This book has been autographed by the author. Or maybe I signed
the author's name. Who did it? Only the author and I know
This book has the famous line where the hero tells the heroine
"Put all your troubles on the end of your tongue and slip
your tongue into my mouth and I will suck away all your
problems." That line, well known to all who know it well, didn't
work in the book and it doesn't always work in real life,
Sarolina Shen Chang - Canton, Michigan (USA):
This is a book about deer hunting season and the related businesses
in this remote town. The author wrote more about the businesses
than the deer.
This is a book about an astronaut who decided to stay on
the moon so he could get better acquaintance with the legendary Chang
Er and her everlasting pet bunny.
This is the book about Chang Er's husband, Hou Yi, who shot
down 9 of the 10 suns, became king and besought immortal potion
which Cheng Er stole and swallowed while he was out despoting the
people. Chang Er floated to the moon before Hou Yi could
grab her down. The pet bunny story required an Episode or
This is the book written by a man with three feet long
nails on his left hand. The right hand was tired of
all the fames the left hand had gotten and all the hard
works it had to do, so it wrote this book taletelling about
the left hand.
This is a book about the maps the author's professor drew on
the black board. At the end of the semester, there was
no trace left to remind him of the battles fiercely fought and
Carrie Hooey - Elmira, NY (USA):
My daughter loves this book because she can shred an entire page
crinkled up pieces and shove them into her mouth like she will
she discovers candy, and I love this book because it is better
it's taste lingers long after the sugar is dissolved and keeps me
without too many doses of coffee.
Kristen Lepionka - Columbus, Ohio (USA):
This book taught me to fold a dollar bill into a bow
This book is the story of my life.
Here is the book that I read unwillingly in the tenth grade.
Here is my name written in blue ink on the back cover.
Here is my drawing of a moustache on the picture of Madame
DeFarge with her sinister knitting.
Bennett Rader - Plymouth, Ohio (USA):
This book sparks controversy.
This book is a bedtime story.
This book unearthed a major general who studied haiku for years, then
finally shared one of his own.
This book opened a mic, slammed through a revolving door, knocked back
a Woodpecker, and was a substitute page for Arthur.
This book never saw a moor, but did see a man upon
Kristen Lepionka - Columbus, Ohio (USA):
This book went through the washing machine, along with my library card,
which cracked in half and when I went to get a new
card, the man at the circulation desk looked at it and said,
"You've been breaking into houses with this again, haven't you?" People say
this to me all the time.
I hated this book. It made me feel stupid when I read
I recommended this book to a friend, who upon reading it, probably
lost most of his respect for me.
I recommended this book to another friend. He said it was disturbing.
He said I was insane. He said his father wanted to congratulate
me for my good taste. It turns out that I have
always liked his father better than this friend anyway.
"What are you doing here?" I said to this book.
Clarity - Camden, Maine (USA):
This book was found in VanGogh's back pocket, a paintbrush, used as
Marker, fell out of this book, a page on color and sunlight...
Lakeshia Lewis - Bessemer, Alabama (USA):
Your Library of Lies
I thought so much that you love me but those were your
lies thought you check me out of the love section
Dont judge me by my cover I'm not what you think you
believe I'm so indulged in your words wrapped in your arms like
your'e so wrong if you think that I dont want to be
trapped in your library of lies no more flipping the pages of
my life no more determining whats going to happened in the next
chapter of my life
how could you say you love me but yet kill me in
your library of lies
Amy Miller - Burlingame, CA (USA):
This book seemed like a story, but was a pound of sugar.
This book contains the quintessential bad sisters.
This book took a snotty tone with me, so I slapped it