The 1976 edition of the Penguin Book of Love Poetry is divided into sections: imitations, declarations, persuasions, celebrations, separations and desolations. The section with the poems I like the most is separations. There is something intrinsically interesting about looking at things being pulled apart. I like these poems that put into words the maelstrom of dejection where everything glitters with loss. Where the writer examines what was through the lens of what is gone. There is something very satisfying about pulling something apart and restructuring it.