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Poems by Leonard Cline is a collection of deeply expressive and thought-provoking poetry that delves into themes of love, loss, and the human experience. Cline's words resonate with raw emotion and a profound sense of vulnerability, drawing the reader in with their honesty and sincerity.

The imagery in Cline's poems is vivid and striking, painting a picture of love and longing that feels both timeless and deeply personal. Each poem is a snapshot of a moment or feeling, capturing the complexities of human relationships with a poetic grace that is both haunting and beautiful.

Cline's writing style is both lyrical and introspective, inviting readers to reflect on their own experiences and emotions as they navigate the intricacies of love and life. His words are like a mirror, reflecting back the tangled web of emotions that define our existence.

Overall, Poems by Leonard Cline is a captivating and evocative collection that will resonate with readers who appreciate the power of poetry to illuminate the human soul. Cline's words are a testament to the enduring power of love and the resilience of the human spirit, making this book a must-read for anyone who appreciates the beauty of language and the depth of human emotion.

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This is the first published volume of poetry by notable American journalist and author of horror stories Leonard Lanson Cline. These poems were published when Cline was only 21 years old, but the talent that would lead HP Lovecraft to admire his work is already clearly visible. - Summary by Carolin

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