Looking back, every person should have a memory of loss although he may not necessarily appreciate truly what he would find.
Robert Yeo relives the memory of one such loss in poems alive with youthful longing. Included in this collection are also poems about the facts of experience, observed by an eye as canny as the voice is commanding. At 80, the storehouse of skill and confidence is in ample display. Colette is a celebration of the vitality of life, as lived through poetry.