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This is a prize-winning collection of poems with a special taste. That I think you'll like. I say it has "a special taste" because I hate poems with meaning, with causes, with ideas. I am one of those poets who believe poetry should communicate as directly as an unexpected kiss. If someone were to ask me to describe my poetry, especially this collection, I would say it is very close to the stories you might hear from a friendly but somewhat peculiar neighbor. A neighbor who always seems to be talking about two things at once but you’re not quite sure what. That not quite sure what the poem is, of course: The world beneath the world. Which is where I want to bring you. Welcome.