Deep Meaning Sometimes Lost
I really enjoyed some of the poetry in this book.
My favorite was The Art of God. That was a masterful telling and comprehensible. There were other poems where I couldn't quite get what the author was trying to say.
The art work, though not a lot of it, was interesting, although I couldn't quite tell what each was meant to depict, since all looked very similar: blurry. It was somewhat fascinating, but again, they all looked like a blurry mass of nothing. I didn't see how it related to the poems at all.
Overall, it wasn't a bad collection.