In this treasure of a collection of poems, Elijah addresses a myriad of issues about himself, what he does and the ills of the society.
The anthology reflects on light and darkness to express feelings, desires and passion. It features poetry of the author’s self-developed style, such as the headliner After Dark, I-Pee, Two Friends I Know and more. The yet to be named style is a five stanza poem with a series of 4-2-14-2-4 lines per verse. The third stanza of each line is, however, not a sonnet. The rhyme pattern is aabbcc…zz.
There is a dividing line between seeing the world in Black and White, and in Technicolor. The lights go off for the darkest possible reason, and there are times after dark when there’d still be no light, but then we’re very sure that the dark hour has passed. We tread confidently because we know that the day shall soon break. When it finally happens, it’s important to reminisce on what happened in the lonely hours of the dark, and how to live
from that perspective