ACTIONS & TRAVELS 6 enter into that action. And so his mind repeats that action and travels again through the action, but it is a movement of yourself through a thought, through an activity of thinking, so by the time you get to the end you’re different than you were at the beginning and you feel that difference.’ The actions and travels of the title belong, then, as much to the reader as to the poet, and this book, too, is simply structured around a series of travels as I read my way through one poem after another, following and finding connections and comparisons, and inviting you to compare your own discoveries with mine.