Chasing Time

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Tom Dockerill’s poetry collection, Chasing Time, is a culmination of nearly a decade of poetic ramblings and musings. Divided in to six thematic parts, the poems cover a range of topics with wit, passion and emotive language.

Delivery expected 11th December 2020

Profits from the book (after printing and shipping costs) to be divided evenly and donated to Mind UK and Alzheimer’s Society

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Tom Dockerill’s poetry collection, Chasing Time, is a culmination of nearly a decade of poetic ramblings and musings. Divided in to six thematic parts, the poems cover a range of topics with wit, passion and emotive language. Mental health is a prominent theme in the collection, and the honesty and transparency with which Tom presents his own struggles will resonate with many others who perhaps struggle to put words to their own difficulties.

If you were to throw romance, heartbreak, anxiety, depression, jealousy and nostalgia in to a cake mix, you might not end up with a delicious treat: but you will have sampled Chasing Time.

Delivery expected 11th December 2020

Profits from the book (after printing and shipping costs) to be divided evenly and donated to Mind UK and Alzheimer’s Society

1 review for Chasing Time

  1. Eve Greenow

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading Tom’s new collection of poems featured in Chasing Time. He has a unique and honest way of writing. His words take you on a journey where you can truly absorb his feelings and easily picture the scenes he conjures up.

    I sensed elements akin to the works of Seamus Heaney, Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes (although controversial!). There is a distinct voice throughout Tom’s poetry which leads us through Chasing Time with intrigue and motivation.

    The chapter choices allow the poems to have further purpose, collecting them together into meaningful sections which allow the reader to grasp the full extent of the feelings behind the words.

    The elegiac poems are written with relatable and commemorative lexis, which only allow us to learn even more about Tom’s way of thinking.

    Original, well-paced, critical and in places, deliciously shocking, Chasing Time is an exquisite read, and will certainly stick with you!

    Also fantastic that profits will be split between two particularly relevant charities, Mind UK and Alzheimer’s Society.

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