Monday, June 8, 2009

Words fail me - a title anyone?

I've removed this lovely image because it attracts far too many views and I fear I am piggybacking someone else's genius. If you want to see it go here.

12 comments:

Melinda Szymanik said...

How about 'Booklover'

maggie@at-the-bay.com said...

It's only words, and words are all I have,
to take your heart away.
Da da da da da da da,
Da da da da da da da da . The Bee Gees

Bookman Beattie said...

Wrapped in words.

Mark said...

The Ghost in the Words?

Invisible Presences?

The Language of Unheard Desires?

Mary McCallum said...

Just thought of one: 'Do you want tomato sauce with that?' [or is it too far in the dim darks to refer to the time when fish and chips came wrapped in newspaper? i fear so...]

Aspiring Writer said...

Words of relief?
Love is...words of relief?

I like the tomato sauce one.

Kate said...

How about 'A gripping read' ?

Vanda Symon said...

Groping for the right words....

maggie@at-the-bay.com said...

My "daily".

The Paradoxical Cat said...

Pen Pals.

Mary McCallum said...

Heh heh heh - some great thoughts here - my favourite is Maggie's Bee Gees one. I thought of two more: 'Stupid saying #1: Sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me.' And...
'John, you said you were getting a small tattoo ....'

kazzypat said...

I absolutely love the picture and in my oppinion the best title by far is 'BOOKLOVER'