“After experience is done teaching us just about everything it thinks it needs to teach us, we come back to desire, the one thing worth knowing.  This time around desire shows up as a wild calm, dead center of whatever picture in which we find ourselves.  These marvelous, subtle poems go deep, deep, deep into that wild calm.  So subtle, so moving!  I don’t believe anyone but Cynthia Huntington could have written them.”
— David Rivard