In this small collection of poems, arranged as an orchestral symphony, David H. Keith explores love and general observations of the human condition. He even adds a chuckle or two as a bit of respite between these two larger themes. His poems are mostly “nontraditional” in that they are unrhymed and each carries its own rhythm rather than being forced in to sonnet or lyric or ode. He does make one exception: an Italian form known as a sestina. He challenges the reader to recognize which of his poems it is.