an introduction to legal reasoning – A Stack Poem

Taking a quick break at work and decided to see if I could “write” another stack poem with the books on my bookshelf in my office. This is what I came up with.

 

StackPoematWork

an introduction to legal reasoning

Contract as Promise
The Death of Contract
Who Moved My Cheese?
Lawyers and Other Reptiles

About Linda Kruschke

I am a Jesus Freak, and I don't care who knows it. I am a wife, mother, sister, aunt, daughter, and friend. My blood family is only part of the larger family of Christ that I belong to. I love to write, especially about my dear Savior.
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16 Responses to an introduction to legal reasoning – A Stack Poem

  1. Today I learned something new! Until now I had never heard of a stack poem. Now I am wondering what kind of stack poetry I could come up with, especially in my newly acquired theological library (on loan from a professor who moved to Canada – 19 banker’s boxes full). I could easily read from my own shelves of books, but wouldn’t it be neat to open up a box and write a poem based on what was packed by someone else?

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    • Anthony, That would be fun! Sounds like a great challenge. I hadn’t heard of a stack poem before last week either. I like the one title Mere Christianity that I wrote with the books from my home library, but this one was kind of fun, too. Peace, Linda

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  2. Kathy B. says:

    I actually read the “Fried” in the 1st spine as part of the title, so I got a happy layer of fried cheese & sharp teeth too. (I tried writing with my workplace books on sociology, erk, couldn’t find my way through — hats off to you!)

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  3. Samuel Peralta / Semaphore says:

    This is brilliant, humorous but with a rapier-sharp undercurrent of truth! Also shows that in the right hands, even the most unlikely book titles can be turned into biting verse.

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  4. Debbie says:

    This was way fun, Linda! Thanks for our smiles today! God bless you!

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  5. brian miller says:

    hahaha killer last line….smiles….
    this is def the stereotype you have to live with..

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  6. claudia says:

    i think i have read that one ..who moved my cheese… in german though..

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  7. Tony Maude says:

    That last title is just too funny …

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  8. shanyns says:

    Love the last line. Great stack!

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  9. ManicDdaily says:

    Too funny. Thanks. k.

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  10. Rowan Taw says:

    I like the leap in concepts from cheese to reptiles.

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  11. Bryan Ens says:

    calling lawyers reptiles is almost too kind to them. lol 🙂

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