Her entire life, Eliza’s felt isolated from everyone around her. Her parents have their own problems, her “best friend” is being secretive, and her brother is on a downward spiral that leaves Eliza feeling helpless. The only time she can really open up is through her poetry, which she keeps hidden. When her neighbor, Henry, inserts himself into her life (via her open window), Eliza finally begins to understand how important it is to have someone in her corner. Through his friendship, Eliza learns how to make her voice heard, and what happy looks like.