Please enjoy. I certainly did. It's something I think about quite a lot--the notion that there is an ineffable something about the poems that floor us--something that can never be reduced to a list of gestures or a discussion of craft. And this is significantly why 1) poetry remains powerfully weird and 2) that teaching poetry writing is largely a matter of providing an atmosphere wherein students are excited to wander around in the dark BAM! As always, the things in a poem most worth talking about are the things that can't actually be talked out (not rationally, not methodically, not in terms of linear articulable instructions--and why on earth would anyone want to?), the unsayable said.