In Deep Thought is a compilation of twenty four of the most poignant pieces of poetry this epoch has to offer. It is both controversial and educational, but most of all it allows the reader to vicariously experience the mental confusions intertwined with the anguish and hope of those who reside on the rungs of society. Real life in print is what this book delivers at the reader's door. Both unconventional and thought provoking, its meaning can only be grasped outside the realms of conformation. It is a hallway connecting the rooms of denial and reality, in which, once the passage has been unblocked, corners the reader in thoughts never yet entertained. There is no doubt that this book will be one of the most talked about and revered books this century.