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soft pliable reading comfort escape ceative story life love threads trapped suck ensorcled pages smell paper old information love truth fiction reading a good stroy that can never end in my mind, longing for more, the wistfull fee
By m on 04.10.2010
He was troubled by wet weather. An operation years ago had left him with a paperback, which sogged up in rain.
By Rich Woods on 04.10.2010
my paperback sits folded in my back pocet. it contains all the worlds that ever were and many worlds that will never be. I used to adventure there every day, but as I age the doors swing closed. The covers of the paperback are closing.
By Neil on 04.10.2010
I’m bringing paperback, you just don’t know how to act, when there’s so much tree pulp.
By roland on 04.10.2010
the novel is only as good as the paper, chicken chinese paper from the 14th century is made of brilliant yellows and greens. Scarlet Johanson is only as red as the paper can become.
By JOHN on 04.10.2010
paperbacks are books which have a soft cover. i prefer them than hardbacks because i can twist the cover behind the book and turn the whole book, instead of having to adjust the book while reading on the bed.
By Tania on 04.10.2010
Oh, my best friend. How I love to dog ear your fragrant pages and scan your warn letters. So potable. Oh, the hours you accompany me. So durable yet flexibly. I miss you right now.
By Cassity on 04.10.2010
a lovely window into other worlds.
the beatles. i want to be a paperback writer.
excited contents. containment.
a treasure to behold.
something to which everyone should have access.
By rachel on 04.10.2010
I read it all in a paperback novel, the kind you could stuff in your back pocket. It seemed that the character was really about me, but I guess we always think that. Narcissism is to blame I suppose, a result of our reality TV and facebook driven lives. The idea that we are somehow deserving of being followed.
By Adam URL on 04.10.2010
I bend and break as the rain of your love dampens my paper spine. I have become mulch in your arms wet with warmth.
By ashleybradley on 04.10.2010
Paperback can be a book or I suppose in a paperback, you can have a character with a paperback lol. They are usually lighter cheaper versions of the popular hardback books. I usually do not prefer them because they tear easily and can catch on fire, but when there is only a paperback to buy, I have to stick to it.
By Fumiya on 04.10.2010
i wanna be a paperback writer, paperback writer, paperback writer
- the beatles
By izzy on 04.10.2010
used book store
the old ladies book club is looking for you
By Sarah on 04.10.2010
I’m bringing paperback…I just was at the library today for the first time in a while. I actually checked out a book that’s hardcover. Anyway, the librarian was talking about how the library is mroe busy than ever but with all of the budget cuts happening the hours will probably be shortening. I don’t think people quite realize or appreciate what good you can do with and at the library.
By Allison Johnston on 04.10.2010
Crumbling beauties of torn paper and acid stains. Of neon colors, of 80s fonts, of cheesy Western scenes. Of make-you-blush-till-you-laugh erotic titles. Oh the compact, light, and inexpensive delicious paperback, devoured by the lonely everywhere. Your days are numbered.
By amazon kindle on 04.10.2010
She spoke in tongues of a paperback romance novels, words brimming with poetic meaning. She spoke them with conviction, but wondered what they meant. She knew the definitions of these words, but not what they were, how they felt in reality. It’s a shame no one ever told her not to pour her hopes into these places of fictionalized perfection, even as she spoke without certainty, her hope lay in the bindings of the pages she turned daily.
By Jennifer S on 04.10.2010
I pulled the old paperback book out of my backpack. It was worn, with creases ad rips and the occasional stain. Here in the woods,though, as I sat alone, it was the most beautiful thing ever
By Maddie on 04.10.2010
paperback writer, I’m sorry I had to say it. but in saying bring the tune back into my head. delicious harmony early in my morning!
By derek on 04.10.2010
a book thats not good enough to be hardcover umm umm i dont like this im not that good at writing O_O uhhhhh yaaa im going to go back to my boyfriend now cuase hes waiting. wait. wha was the beeping noise O_O
By your mum ;D on 04.10.2010
Paperback what? Novel? They’re cheaper than . . . what would you call them? Non-paperbacks? Oh right, hardcovers. Never saw the point in hardcovers. Just make paperbacks. They’re cheaper, lighter, and make no difference to the writing. SCREW HARDCOVERS! Seriously. They suck. A lot.
By Essie Champignon on 04.10.2010
“It’s not so much the fact that he’s ugly…it’s that his back is made of paper.”
The ugly man in question grumbled at that. His creator, however, was obviously not pleased.
“I…I…I…just ran out of metal, is all! He’s still perfectly capable.”
“He’s not capable, he’s a goddamn paperback!”
By Caitlin on 04.10.2010
torn, smells like a used book store, new when i got it but now stained with makeup and water. my favorite book, a cheap copy from my friend’s mom. or a library book – a different copy than the first time i read it, doesn’t smell like cigarettes. a great book.
By lily on 04.10.2010