This second book of poetry by K. J. Tesar is an ecclectic selection of his poetry, spanning many different styles, and exposing the different emotions, and mental states, of people confronted with the curse of life. Through the intricacies of his poetry he manages to express the sense of man's constant battle with his external world, and his inner self. Many of his poems examine the inner workings of man's soul, laying it bare in all it's complexity. The first poem of the collection, which gives the book it's title, is a wondrous, emotional journey embracing the entire spectrum of man's senses. His short, concise, style of poetry is easily accessible to all readers, even those not usually captivated by poetry.