Review of Love Her Wild: Poems by Atticus!

I cannot express enough just how much I loved this collection of poetry! Atticus’s words are so inspiring and full of feeling, and the beautiful photos intermingled within perfectly capture his words. This is such a lovely read to enjoy while you take a well-deserved break from the monotony of your day, and I hope that everyone out there has the chance to find someone to Love Her Wild!

‘And the stars blinked
as they watched her carefully
jealous of the way she shone.’

So, let me start by saying that poetry is generally not something that captures my interest. It just doesn’t. Every now and again, I come across a pretty poem, but there really aren’t many that truly touch me. Perhaps I’m too matter of fact, and I just don’t have the patience or imagination to enjoy the often-abstract jumble of words in pretty fonts. However, this is definitely not the case with Atticus’s writing. His poems are very relatable, also a bit dreamy and magical, and certainly touching to the soul.

‘There is nothing quite
so pure in love
as a boy
and a girl
building castles
in the clouds.’

Atticus’s writing encompasses many truths in life through his poetry. Although they do tend to be more on the romantic side, Atticus’s poems are also inspirational and many are focused on everyday life experiences, including the simple beauty of nature and the battles that we wage within ourselves.

‘The hardest step
we all must take
is to blindly trust
in who we are.’

Atticus’s poems feature all types of relationships in life with children, family, first loves, and lovers. I love his ability to convey these relationships with their true feelings of love, passion, and even the raw pain that can stem from loss.


Although Atticus now has many accolades, like many, I came across him on Instagram. He actually has a tremendous following there, and from what I understand, that’s where his journey really took flight. He is an anonymous writer and has never shared his true identity or shown his face to the public eye. I love the mysteriousness of this, and I admire that his true focus is in sharing his beautiful feelings through his poetry.

‘I looked at my mother 
and smiled –
she does
so happily exist
in that moment
of one too many
glasses of wine.’

To me, his writing is simply beautiful.

This is definitely a poet and collection of poetry that I highly recommend to all!

*** 5 Stars for Me! ***

Purchase Love Her Wild on Amazon

More works by Atticus:

Download the Atticus Chapbook 

Check out Atticus’s Voetry

Check out Atticus on Instagram


‘A few drinks and the world was hers –
she wore her whiskey like a loaded gun.‘ – Atticus



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