A revised edition containing the original material and two new poems, and in addition an introductory essay in defense and explanation of her poetry. She calls it ""the most misunderstood poetry of our time"" -- and one is inclined to agree. Her defense is fairly obvious -- new forms always meet opposition, obscurity and artificiality are a matter of the eyes with which one sees. She renders her impressions through images piercing the essence. The main part of her introduction is a technical line by line analysis of moot points, notes for poets primarily. In spite of which, to us her work remains obscure!