Despite the playful title, this book is no simple compilation of "moon/June" rhyming exercises. Although a familiar couplet
form is often employed, the rhyme schemes and writing, in general, are quite sophisticated. The style is most original,
Moreover, Sobel has the rare gift of combining the humorous and serious or even poignant or touching.Variety and range of topics are impressive. Pieces about love ("THE MATHEMATICS OF LOVE"), business ("MERQUISITIONS," about mergers and acquisitions) , psychiatry ("I ANNOYED SIGMUND FREUD"), mortality, writer's block, the poet'sface and much more.
Not to mention the Sobel's signature piece on the topic of originality, ("SHINE"). Simply put, If you dig poetry and want to read something fresh that will move you, you'll like this book alot. Give it a shot!