Falling out of love in style is like playing chess. It requires more evil and cunning that most can not muster. The chapter “The Exit” explores the dark and dank process of moving on.
Falling in love is as easy as playing checkers. Even if the feelings may or may not be initially mutual, it’s better to love than to have not loved at all. Right? The chapter “The Entrance” delves into freedom of handing over your heart.
The chapters “The Exit” and “The Entrance” bookend an assortment of poems discussing everything from the mundane to the profane. The chapter “Believing/Living” is filled with poetry free-for-all from fantasy to lyrical to political.