Kay is a modern poet dealing with issues such as growing up in a Japanese-Jewish-American household, being the skinny kid, being shy around girls, about love, life and death. He believes every story has beginning, middle and end. But not necessarily in that order; and sets his book up to follow this. His poems show how words are important: words spoken, not spoken, yelled, and overheard. Teens (at least 14) to adult are the best audience for his works. ~ Reviewed by Jeanette
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