Another good example of a poetry collection I'm sure I'll appreciate better over a few years, maybe even more, although I did enjoy aspects of it during my current reading. But I lack a certain 'life knowledge' to appreciate this collection as a whole for what it is, and could only point to separate snippets and images that were memorable or fascinating. The poems themselves are very abstract, not much of a concrete approach going on when it comes to addressing the theme and there was much more focus I find on questioning and the narrator's voice above all else. It was enjoyable, but not as much as I thought. This'll join several others on my shelf in wait for my maturation and gain of further life experience.