If you want to laugh, you can read poems such as "The Wreck of the Ski Bum," "The Family Vacation," "Profit Motive," "Girl Troubles," or "A Forest of Fungus." If you want to bone-up on some of life's lessons, you can read poems such as "Simon Says," "Reginald Dixon Farnsworth, III," "Darwinian Theory," "The Wright Brothers," "Polly and Kevin" or "People Are Like Tea Bags." And yet, there are some of Keith's favorites, such as "Changing Lines," "Keegil's Law of Laughter," "Why Can't My Turtle Be a Ninja?," "Poker with Sasquatch," "Electric Eel," "Jersey Traffic," and "Life is One Big Experiment." Life truly is one big experiment. We need to laugh, think and live. These are poems that most people can relate to, identify with, and enjoy. Keith Webster has broken into the author's world with this work, "Why Can't My Turtle Be a Ninja?." He is interested in writing poems that are amusing, creative, and thought provoking. Keith's two children, Sarah and Benjamin, are his greatest source of inspiration. If his dreams were to come true, parents would read these poems to their children in the evening or before bed. Keith is currently a co-owner and lead technical person of an environmental consulting company in New Jersey. Years ago, he attended and graduated from Lehigh University, where the unicorns romp and play in the bright sunlight.