In the poem "Seagulls," the word "chancing" jumps, escaping safely to the poem before it. The first line of a poem becomes the last line of another. Stamp collectors would understand my delight. At the heart of philately, the study of stamps, it is the error that is hard-sought for. A printer's slip signals matter-of-factly that in the efficient schemes of mass stamp production there is room for chance. In See-Blue, words found in photography are reused in short poems, jumping around in all tenses and blues, kind of like a photograph printed on the cool side.