Unfortunately, I have lost track of some of my poems. They are waiting, somewhere, in a pocket portfolio for me to find. Moving from dwelling to dwelling was fraught with disorder, especially since I was in a hurry to just get it done. I am happy to have recovered my box of poems, but when I look through it, I remember the ones that are not there.
With so many of my poems now in hand, I looked at Echoes the other day and thought, "With so many poems in my arsenal, why is Echoes a tad on the light side?" Ah, and then I remembered that this is because Echoes is an introductory volume, and was tailored to a specific audience. From the selection of poems, to the choice of font and cover design, Echoes leans decidedly towards those who love the Steampunk genre.
I am planning to release other, larger collections of my work as time allows, but at this point, Echoes has all of my attention. Though visions of my future books whirl around and around in the background of my mind, they have no set definition yet. Today, they are mere rectangles of varying color and size, and they are most definitely coming one day soon ... as soon as I lay my hands of the poems I wish to include from the contents of that pocket portfolio.