On the light side of the Fourth Collection, we Meet Norline. The same style is used in When Jen Met Ben and Mary . Mary. These poems are humorist reflections on daily life interactions that can happen to anyone. Some, like the ending lines of Mary . Mary, injects a general philosophical thought lightly delivered. This humor of the Fourth Collection, is balanced by romantic poems such as My Little Happiness, I Miss You and Somewhere Inside. These are effectively song lyrics serving a moment of deep feeling. Other human experiences are also reflected in the Fourth Collection such as newly born babies of Aladdin's friends. A Year Old celebrates the first birthday of one whilst New Be celebrates the birth of another. Fourth Collection has also philosophically deeper reflective poems such as In a Dreamer's Skull and Street Girl and A File in the Drawer. Even though they are serious poems, Aladdin still maintained a lyrical approach with fluid form in the majority of them.
Fourth Collection ends with a poem entitled Age of Romance, which is a longing poem to the simple form of romantic innocent love. In some ways, it summarizes this poetic journey.