"I Stole a Rock is an incredibly varied collection of love poems, full of longing and despair, bitter humor, and the joys of romantic communion. King has a remarkable ability to be reminded of love's joys and anguish when observing the natural world around her. A natural story teller, she takes us from the pigeons making love at the train station, to black olives on branches, and from flies on the wall, to a steaming cup of sake; everything brings us back to love and its promises and lies." ~The Editor Here you will find pythons, spiders, mocking birds, solar flares, hibiscus, drunkards, margaritas, and angels. You will at once feel her pain, and laugh at the absurdities of relationships. Told in an easy narrrative style, but with a strong sense of rhythm and sound, I Stole a Rock is a poetry collection you won't want to miss!