"The Plural" is a short study of all the life that comes in plural forms. Of course this classification includes the human race, which was the primary focus, but could be applied to other life forms. These poems are philosophical, so one must reflect on them for true understanding. "The Plural" is a highly enigmatic concept. If one can not put one's self in another's shoes, one will have a hard time understanding it. So it is essential , of a prerequisite to reading, to be able to understand other people and the experiences that they go through.
Again, this book is written in a genderless language. No mention of sexual classification has been inserted. This type of writing is highly useful if one wishes to talk to the mind, and not the body. The body responds to gender classification, but the mind, in my opinion, is a genderless conception.
The best time to read this book is in a calm, meditative state. With a clear mind, many ideas that are hard to understand, can be discerned. This book is also intended to be an inspiring and motivational work, and it is my hope that these two feelings remain with the reader even after finishing this material. I truly hope this book helps the plural find enigmajik.