The Lines – Eli Wilde

linesEli Wilde’s collection of poetry is an enjoyable journey, accessible (rather than ‘high’ or dense) and simple to digest. Easy flowing from page to page, which is how much each poem spans, The Lines tells the story of the speaker’s past and the woman who is still part of his* present, if not physically. It’s brooding, like watching rain patter against the window of a train that’s carrying you along without any input on your part (which is where the speaker seems to be doing his brooding, a good analogy for life bearing him along despite his fixation with a woman and a time that have escaped his grasp)… READ MORE

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