In twist of time we can only find excruciating desolation. As we stroll down to the eternal abbys of withdrawal, in that last fraction of a second we surely think of "Day by Day". Quick bitter-sweet look back, regrets, ups & downs of every day. Broken promises & fulfilled joys.
This book is sad, but its so true. Rober Lowell died soon after its release in taxi cab heading for a meeting with a picture of his beloved women in hand.
Top ten poetry book of 20th century, no doubt. Its rare mastery to speak about yourself in a way that it sounds like your personal memoir.