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Excellent.

I had a go at this myself. http://jen-campbell.blogspot.com/2011/09/poem-of-books.html

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And here's my attempt: http://oldenoughnovel.blogspot.com/

that's very good!

i'm very late to the party but off to stack books myself now

Love it!

Mine's here: renarossner.wordpress.com

I think these would make a great book!

Excellent stuff, thank you! We have borrowed it at the Poetry School as a writing prompt for our Facebook writing class ... http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Poetry-School/342276350081

oh! This is fantastic. This is awesome. What a creative way to write a poem. I enjoyed reading this. Will work on the books on the shelf.

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    Confused. Terrible dialogue. And what little CGI they did use looked rubbish. A huge disappointment. (**)

  • : Jiro Dreams Of Sushi

    Jiro Dreams Of Sushi
    Documentary about the best sushi chef in the world. Made me really want some eel nigiri. (****)

  • : Me Without You

    Me Without You
    Second time I've seen this. It was the film that made me realise Michelle Williams was amazing. (****)

  • : Meteora

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    Beautifully shot. Not enough plot. (***)

  • : Untouchable

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    One of the most successful French movies of all time. I can see why. (****)

  • : Involuntary

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    Swedish film that cleverly looks at group dynamics and how they influence the actions of the individual. Sort of cinema verite in style, the shots of often framed as if you are a voyeur looking on. (****)

  • : The Fall

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    What a great movie. Amazed I had never heard of it before. Stunning cinematography. Loved it. (*****)

  • : Where the Truth Lies

    Where the Truth Lies
    Interesting thriller. Not a classic, by any means, but worth a look if it's on the telly. (***)

  • : Guardians of the Galaxy

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