The instructions of the challenge are:
– Pick a book! Any book!
– Write the title vertically on a sheet of paper.
– Next to each letter, write an adjective or a line or verse that describes the book.
So… without further ado… here is what I came up with for my current read The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, which has become one of my favourite reads of all time.
H – Heavily influenced by friends,
E – Erode away his vulnerable soul.
P – Posing for the
I – Image painted by an adoring friend,
C – Captured his fleeting moment of youthful innocence.
T – Truth is hidden
U – Under lock and key
R – Revealed by drawing back the curtain –
E – Evil, misdeeds, guilt, and sin.
O – Obsessively
F – Fearing others will discover the
D – Destruction within his Adonis exterior.
O – Obvious to viewers of the portrait,
R – Reality of who he truly has become can not be
I – Ignored.
A – Art once created by an adoring friend,
N – Nourished his
G – Guilt
R – Ripping
A – Apart more than just his treasured
Y – Youth but his stained soul.