Journeys Along The Quiet Path is a truly like a walk in the woods on a warm spring day. While the poetry in this book can certainly be appreciated as modern and free-verse, much of it still has the traditional flavor of much older, standard American and English poetry. There is a definite love of nature that comes through in the verses, and the rhythm is distinctive, yet relaxed. The author has the ability to weave a story, or a thought or emotion that appeals to the average reader, while also maintaining the substance that many traditionalists look for. Whether the content is called prose or poetry, or whether the subject is lost love, newfound love, or appreciating the fog on the harbor, it can certainly be said that Journeys Along The Quiet Path is a work of great simplicity and beauty in words and even still, is graced with a gentle profoundness.