|Author: ||Ellis, Elwyn|
"Before they were poems, they were like crabs, camouflaged but trembling on the dark rocks of dreams or memories. When I first saw them, the tide had just washed over them, and I felt something like what Stephen Dedallus described as the enchantment of the heart. In making them poems, I have tried to keep them glistening, subtle and mysterious." - E.E.