Thanks for keeping me grounded. I go out there, and someone needs to get me back. And I have a question. How can you track poetic drift with set theory? That would have to be an interesting exercise. And how could it possibly fit on a napkin? And just so you know, I don't know anything about meters unless we speak of gas meters or jambment whether in or out. Maybe they covered in college, and I was out that day. College taught me to focus on images to speak. Avoid narrative when possible. That's really all I can remember. I don't have a writer I read. But I have an instinct for words and an ear for the natural rhythms in speech. I can't tell whether or not I'd like to pair it with a more solid background. Some part of me fears the background would trample my foreground and mess up my flower bed. Anyway, I appreciate your critiques. I'm glad you joined writersbeat.