Ghost in the Reflection-Letters to Erin began originally as two smaller collections that eventually merged into just the one. The first half, Ghost in the Reflection is a collection of poetry mostly in 3rd person narrative painting a picture describing the decline of society, morals and values as seen through the eyes of others and the self. Meanwhile, the second half, Letters to Erin, is a mostly first-person narrative that displays these declines of morals and values as the thorns they have become in the present day traditional relationship, which is the core of any society. It examines the hurt, the struggle, the deceit, betrayal, and the disappointments that arrive in such an arrangement. We can find every darker aspect of this decline represented inside the shadows of these brutal wounds decorated with the harshness of unfiltered truth. This collection contains mature topics and adult language not suitable for a younger audience.