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No Mist up Mount Malindang

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"A poem should not mean but, actually, it always does." So goes one poem in this book, without needling on the famed line by Archibald MacLeish: the book’s poems just do mean—they question and examine such human matters as self and happiness. Selfishness and happiness rhyme, but experience tells that they do not go together well. And there is at least one reason why: biology, psychology and mathematics (geometry) work together to frustrate the miser in Ebenezer Scrooge.

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