HEAR THE WHISPERS

 

by hdunsirn:Peabody library, baltimore 9.6.14
©hannahdunsirn

 

The peace.

The quiet.

The silence.

The hush of the hallways.

The smell of books.

The taunt of knowledge.

Sit at a table.

Sit by the stacks.

Sit in the corner.

Feel the adventure.

Live the history.

Learn about life.

A BOOK FOR ME

amandaonwriting:
“  South Africa’s first-ever Book Hotel, the Royal, in Bethulie
”
Imagine a place like this.
The perfect hotel of bliss.
Endless books to read.
Nothing else I’d need.
Walls of books everywhere.
All you need is a chair.
Never run out...

amandaonwriting:
“  South Africa’s first-ever Book Hotel, the Royal, in Bethulie
”
Imagine a place like this.
The perfect hotel of bliss.
Endless books to read.
Nothing else I’d need.
Walls of books everywhere.
All you need is a chair.
Never run out...

 

amandaonwriting:

South Africa’s first-ever Book Hotel, the Royal, in Bethulie

Imagine a place like this.

The perfect hotel of bliss.

Endless books to read.

Nothing else I’d need.

Walls of books everywhere.

All you need is a chair.

Never run out of a book.

Just pick your favorite nook.

Read the day away.

Nothing else to say.

 

 

A HEAVEN OF SWEETS

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Take me to the room,

Where books cover the walls.

Globes stand at attention,

Ladders set to be climbed.

Cushioned chairs for reading,

Tables set for writing.

Let’s climb up to the stacks,

And see what we may find.

Romance today for thee,

Perhaps a mystery for me.

A confectioner’s treat,

A true heaven of sweets.

 

HEAR THE WHISPERS

by hdunsirn:Peabody library, baltimore 9.6.14
©hannahdunsirn

The peace.

The quiet.

The hush of the hallways.

The smell of books.

The taunt of knowledge.

Sit at a table.

Sit by the stacks.

Sit in the corner.

Absorb the essence.

Hear the whispers.

Of readers.

Of authors.

Read about love.

About adventure.

About history.

About life.

TO READ A BOOK

  1. http://www.countrylife.co.za/travel/book-man-bethulie
    amandaonwriting

    South Africa’s first-ever Book Hotel, the Royal, in Bethulie

     

     

    Imagine a place like this.

    The perfect hotel of bliss.

    Endless books to read.

    Nothing else I’d need.

    Walls of books everywhere.

    All you need is a chair.

    Never run out of a book.

    Just pick your favorite nook.

    Read the day away.

    Nothing else to say.

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THE EVIL ONE

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    I walk alone at night.

    Moon is at its full height.

    Sky black as tar.

    I don’t go far.

    I search for a shadow.

    Can freeze to the marrow.

    I want to see who he has become

    The Dead leader, the evil one.

    THE DEAD GAME

    http://amzn.to/1lKvMrP

    http://bit.ly/1lFdqNj

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    I look out the window

    and what do I see?

    A storm growing in force

    and coming for me.

    Death comes to town.

    It has its own name.

    The one that I know

    is called The Dead Game.

    THE DEAD GAME by Susanne Leist

    http://amzn.to/1lKvMrP

    http://bit.ly/1lFdqNj

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