Where does the line between the real world and a dream begin in the eyes of a desperate insomniac?
Can a high-risk gamble to reject the traditional path to adulthood pay off?
What does it feel like to be an outsider looking in to an increasingly superficial society?
Is there a viable path to seeking inner-peace after a severe and extended bout of depression?
What does forgiveness and healing look like when ills of the past continue to haunt the present day?
These questions and more are investigated in this collection of over 150 poems from The Midnight Manifesto, The Dawn Dossier, The Inevitable Intermission, The Noon Notices and The Sunset Script.