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|Walking Across the Atlantic||5|
|Driving with Animals||9|
|Tourist: Dromahair, Co. Sligo||13|
|Flying to a Funeral||15|
|Plight of the Troubadour||21|
|The Frankenstein Poet||22|
|On Closing Anna Karenina||33|
|Putting Down the Cat||40|
|The Morning After My Death||45|
|Another Reason Why I Don't Keep a Gun in the House||50|
|The Rival Poet||53|
|Hopeless but Not Serious||56|
|Advice to Writers||57|
|Introduction to Poetry||58|
|The Brooklyn Museum of Art||60|
first of course, most people think that "introduction to poetry"
is worth the price of the book.
some poems i like / they move me while others are only interesting
and i appreciate the skill etc of the poem
as other reviewers have mentioned, collins knows that he is going to die
and that colors everything else. so do i.
what i like most about his poetry is that in some ways i don't understand
they teach me how to see my own world more poetically and this is priceless