Cute and witty and clever, but sometimes a little too clever for me (hence the one star off). I didn't get some of the references (especially to Australian things), and a few poems I read a couple of times and still didn't quite get what they were about. I liked that she's not afraid to rhyme, and that she wrote an obligatory meta-poem. I think my favorite one was the one about apostrophes (apostrophilia, I think). I also liked the short one with the repeated "abandon" thingy. I like that she can write silly clever poems (the apostrophe one, as well as lots of punny ones and one which was just twenty-six words which followed the alphabet and still managed to be more than just twenty-six words) as well as emotional/more typically poetic poems (the little 'un I mentioned that I liked, as well as a lot of them which were metaphorical or pointedly message-carrying) and that the poetry is pretty easy to read and amusing no matter what it's saying (even when I couldn't quite understand what she was trying to say...).