Excerpt from Caged in an Animal's Mind
The order of poems in the first section of this book has no significance: Thoughts about a Garden is not a sequence. 'the fourteen poems make up a constellation and, in such, hold keys to one another the garden in the fifth and thirteenth, the cage in the third, seventh, thirteenth). Some of the poems lie nearer, others further from, the centering theme; but the reader is free to make each of them discrete.
Concerning the other parts of this book: Three Men might be subtitled dramatic poems, Ran dom Pieces of a Man a miscellany, and Second Hand Poems verse translations.
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