This is how a fellow poet, Mark de Carteret, describes my poetry:
"These clear-eyed art-icles. That alert us to the lesser seen, cared-for. Asserting their location, state. Without making too much of a scene. Too over-tended a dent. Not letting us in on all their secrets. But taking that lead. When needed. Steering the reader towards a reality. More thoughtful of reality. Arriving as if camera ready. Made in the image. As well as owning a swell ear. Not having to use a siren on us. When a “listen in” will do. But they also stretch out. Staking out more terrain. Casting a more figurative of net. When it’s asked for. "
He speaks in poems. You should check out his work.
This podcast is several years old, but worth a listen. He has a new book out as well. It is called For Lack of a Calling.