Running Upon the Wires: Poems

Running Upon the Wires: Poems

?Running Upon the Wires is full body art, smack against love in all its stages, a battle to the finish?or the beginning?the epic struggle (and ecstasy) as only Kate Tempest could record.? ?Bob Holman From award-winning poet, novelist, playwright, rapper, and recording artist Kate Tempest, an unabashedly intimate poetry collection that confirms her as one of our most importa ?Running Upon the Wires is full body art, smack against love in all its stages, a battle to the finish?...

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Title:Running Upon the Wires: Poems
Author:Kate Tempest
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Genres:Poetry
ISBN:Running upon the Wires
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:64 pages pages

Running Upon the Wires: Poems Reviews

  • chris tervit
    Oct 18, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

  • Mark
    Sep 21, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

    This book of poems is absolutely wonderful. Kate Tempest is a genius. ...

    I truly loved this collection. A raw, personal collection that examines heartbreak, new love, and old wounds. Starting at 'The End', Tempest's latest collection is perfect for anyone who has been in love and have had their heart broken in the process. Healing and honest, Running Upon t...

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  • Maria
    Sep 14, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

  • Michael
    Sep 16, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

  • Ken French
    Sep 08, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

  • Marina
    Sep 08, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

  • Michelle
    Sep 30, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

  • Charlott
    Sep 03, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

  • Josephine
    Oct 13, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

    This book of poems is absolutely wonderful. Kate Tempest is a genius. ...

    I truly loved this collection. A raw, personal collection that examines heartbreak, new love, and old wounds. Starting at 'The End', Tempest's latest collection is perfect for anyone who has been in love and have had their heart broken in the process. Healing and honest, Running Upon t...

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  • Kate (Reading Through Infinity)
    Sep 16, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

  • jay moran
    Aug 26, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

    This book of poems is absolutely wonderful. Kate Tempest is a genius. ...

    I truly loved this collection. A raw, personal collection that examines heartbreak, new love, and old wounds. Starting at 'The End', Tempest's latest collection is perfect for anyone who has been in love and have had their heart broken in the process. Healing and honest, Running Upon t...

  • Eloise Mcallister
    Oct 19, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

  • Chris Roberts
    Sep 16, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

  • Juliana
    Sep 13, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

  • Fiona
    Sep 10, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

  • Katie
    Sep 20, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

  • Kate Blundel
    Oct 10, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

    This book of poems is absolutely wonderful. Kate Tempest is a genius. ...

    I truly loved this collection. A raw, personal collection that examines heartbreak, new love, and old wounds. Starting at 'The End', Tempest's latest collection is perfect for anyone who has been in love and have had their heart broken in the process. Healing and honest, Running Upon t...

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  • Juliano
    Sep 17, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

  • Stoic_quin
    Sep 18, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

  • Sanmeet
    Sep 30, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

    This book of poems is absolutely wonderful. Kate Tempest is a genius. ...

    I truly loved this collection. A raw, personal collection that examines heartbreak, new love, and old wounds. Starting at 'The End', Tempest's latest collection is perfect for anyone who has been in love and have had their heart broken in the process. Healing and honest, Running Upon t...

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  • Amy
    Oct 12, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

    This book of poems is absolutely wonderful. Kate Tempest is a genius. ...

    I truly loved this collection. A raw, personal collection that examines heartbreak, new love, and old wounds. Starting at 'The End', Tempest's latest collection is perfect for anyone who has been in love and have had their heart broken in the process. Healing and honest, Running Upon t...

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  • Nadin
    Sep 15, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

    This book of poems is absolutely wonderful. Kate Tempest is a genius. ...

    I truly loved this collection. A raw, personal collection that examines heartbreak, new love, and old wounds. Starting at 'The End', Tempest's latest collection is perfect for anyone who has been in love and have had their heart broken in the process. Healing and honest, Running Upon t...

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  • Imke
    Sep 08, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

  • Danielle Walker
    Sep 09, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

  • Hannah Jelley
    Oct 14, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

    This book of poems is absolutely wonderful. Kate Tempest is a genius. ...

    I truly loved this collection. A raw, personal collection that examines heartbreak, new love, and old wounds. Starting at 'The End', Tempest's latest collection is perfect for anyone who has been in love and have had their heart broken in the process. Healing and honest, Running Upon t...

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  • Monika Nielsen
    Sep 21, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

    This book of poems is absolutely wonderful. Kate Tempest is a genius. ...

    I truly loved this collection. A raw, personal collection that examines heartbreak, new love, and old wounds. Starting at 'The End', Tempest's latest collection is perfect for anyone who has been in love and have had their heart broken in the process. Healing and honest, Running Upon t...

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  • Lauren Anna
    Oct 17, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

  • Paul Ferguson
    Sep 12, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

    This book of poems is absolutely wonderful. Kate Tempest is a genius. ...

  • Kate Wyver
    Sep 06, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

  • mrs kimberley margaret clements
    Sep 24, 2018

    Gently sad and full. She gets such an ache out of words. (listened to audiobook, her voice and lilt are just too good to keep pinned to the page) ...

    I've loved each of Kate Tempest's previous books of poetry, so I had high expectations for this, her newest collection. Unfortunately, I found myself rather disappointed by her efforts this time ("efforts" sounds dismissive as I look at the word I've written, and I'm not inclined to ch...

    3.5 /5 ?The whole world is a sick joke about how beautiful you are? ? Kate Tempest, Running Upon the Wires I adored Kate Tempest?s previous collections Hold Your Own and Let Them Eat Chaos, and they both hold very special places in my heart. Understandably, I was very exc...

    The poetess is estranged from the reader, simply by investing in a relentlessly, inconsequential form. Love? love is tentative, predatory, the heart must be given absent effusive embarrassments, acts of intimacy exploratory and displayed true love achingly. Self-love, o...

    "You know, it used to keep me up at night, The lack of you" ...

    Enjoyable but nothing really stuck out for me ...

    I honestly cannot rate this. I am a super fan of Kate Tempest's poetry and I love everything she touches, I'd tattoo Let Them it Chaos in its entirety on my face if it fit, honestly. This collection, though, this collection is something else. It's beautiful, the images are nitid and au...

    I read this mostly in one bus journey from work while listening to a Marika Hackman, because it felt appropriate. The two seem pretty close together in the way they write about relationships especially as this book's about the breakdown of a relationship, the start of a new one and the...

    Kate Tempest?s latest work, a collection of poetry titled ?Running Upon The Wires?, is published today and is an incredible output from an artist consistently working at the top of her game. Progressing from a breakup to the formation and continuation of new love, and beautifully...

    Kate Tempest is one of my favourite contemporary poets (and Hold Your Own one of my favourite poetry books). Thus my expectations were high. In the past Tempest took Greek myths, current political affairs and close observations of people to spin gripping tales. Running Upon The Wires i...

    Running Upon The Wires is a departure from Kate Tempest's usual type of poetry in its very personal subject matter. Tempest writes about her relationships with other women and the collection goes in reverse order, from the end, to the middle, to the beginning of her partnership. As alw...

    3.5 stars As someone who impulsively buys anything on the Poetry shelf at my local Waterstones, I?m pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon an LGBT collection. Out of the Kate Tempest books I have read, this is by far the one that hits closest to home. I really enjoyed this o...

    More lesbian themed contemporary poems. I think they?d all be better if I heard Kate read theme out. My favourites were ?Hanging out with your friends at the important social occasion? & ?Hormonising?. ...

    It's you again as usual It was you before we met And it's still you, despite the fact That you have long since left // It's like Kate Tempest knew I spent the night crying and needed to read heartbreak poetry in the morning. ...

    I devoured this in one sitting. It?s impossible not to. ...

    This resonated with me on a personal level, and some of it was very beautiful. Listened to this as an audiobook. ...

    My least favourite Kate Tempest, but this still had some strong and beautiful poems in it that I could really connect with. ...

    An emotionally raw exploration of love, told in reverse. Brilliant; Tempest?s writing never disappoints. ...

    Interesting but lacks the genius of brand new ancients. ...

    This book of poems is absolutely wonderful. Kate Tempest is a genius. ...

    I truly loved this collection. A raw, personal collection that examines heartbreak, new love, and old wounds. Starting at 'The End', Tempest's latest collection is perfect for anyone who has been in love and have had their heart broken in the process. Healing and honest, Running Upon t...

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