I originally fell in love with his works when I stumbled across 'Women', which I read in 1988. I loved the simplicity and honesty and the ease in which I was taken in. Since reading this, I have read and owned most of his works. Unfortunately I lost those books when I became homeless. I am now going over old books again, which I buy from time to time... I also enjoy listening to his audio poems and stuff on my MP3 while travelling through London. Once I'm in a position to do so, I'd like to find as old a copy of each book as I can of all his works and then read them again.