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In this enlightened collection of poetry and prose, author Zan Arnoldson writes about nature, love, and relationships as well as triumphs and hardships intermingled with things learned along the way. He also addresses the gentrification of New York, the World Trade Center bombing, and patriotism—but his true passion lies in studying the connection between man and woman. Arnoldson believes women are treated unjustly as second-class citizens. Even in modern society, the male is believed to be stronger, as portrayed in “The Apex Predator:” He pillages and plunders, To get the things for which he hungers. His seat is heaven, his footstool the earth, His compassion dormant, his feelings inert His equal, not many among mortals found His ego drives the planets on their annual merry-go-round. Arrogance is his concubine and defiance his wife His domain stretches from the earth to the skies And like an eagle, he has very keen eyes.