Oh dear, well, thanks though with some chagrin, but, no, I didn't think that any
of your points were obscure but well-taken and good-humored.
And I'm glad that your site had turned into a virtual garden
full of many adams and eves, though I hope there's a Lillith
in there somewhere, not to mention the snake, and bushels
of apples from _both_ the trees, and an angel with a flaming
hula hoop (as opposed to a flaming sword). Seriously, though,
your site is very nicely done, and I particularly like the
way you have the poems open in a separate window as if
they were on a private page.
I suspect many poets have these great periods of isolation,
in one environment or another, and I often think those
periods of isolation are sort of originating. I've always
liked that quote by Stanley Kunitz that the first job
of the poet was "to create the person who would write
the poems." And perhaps that happens always when
one is so solo.
I'm glad too that a Czech composer is interested
in David Howard's "The Carrion Flower," and thought
from David's earlier post that it was partly your
review of his book that was the occasion of that.
So your site must be read far and wide!