Earthenware is a playhouse of intersecting images. It celebrates a life lived in pure passion and strikes a queer relationship between natural and supernatural elements.It also adores a life lived in the illusion of reality. Amidst all the magic of living and survival, there are some poems that mythicize life’s lapses and longings. The collection brings together the dramatis personae of odd and even kinds—now as illusion, now as image, now as reality. Factual or fabled, the poems are minimalist in form, style, and verbal expression; they are deceptively literal and seemingly shorn of the complexities of modernist style. Instead of being sixty in number, the sixty poems are indeed one as they enter each other and develop a close kinship in an eerie manner.