Plato stated "At the touch of love, everyone becomes a poet." The verses and lyrics in this collection prove this to no end. Roseman writes straight from the heart, exposing every deep, dark corner of his fears and every brilliant glimmer of hope that love has bestowed upon him. Most of the words in this volume were directed toward one particularly lovely heart that helped rescue the author from a perilous fall from grace. This woman became his best friend and they slowly fell in love. Roseman addresses every aspect of his falling in love and the many changes that hearts endure as he ventures down life's path trying to understand his feelings, decide if they are true, and then explain them to the woman he loves. In Seasons of a Fallow Heart, he writes of love, lust, dread, jealousy, fear, desire, death, and war. While the intended meaning of some of Roseman's poetry may only be apparent to the author and the subject of his inspiration, the feelings behind the poems are vivid and tearful. He uses a simple writing style that is easy to comprehend and read while the symbolism and metaphoric content are both elusive and illusory yet reveal his true character and emotions.