The poems in this volume seek to stimulate us to think about the things that we tend to push aside, questions and issues that it is easier to avoid. They also encourage us to think about those things, events, places, etc. that are sources of joy, achievement, and sorrow. Generally, they do not address the philosophy of thought but rather the results of our thinking and how we evaluate the value of our thoughts. At times, many things surface that tend to move our thinking in different directions.
Each of the six sections of poems is prefaced with a question: What do you think about yourself? What do you think about time? What do you think of what you think? What do you think really matters? What do you think makes you smile? What do you think of love?