Inconmensurable is a Spanish word. The poems in this book were originally intended to feature in a virtual world made with the authors newly learned design technique. After much consideration it became apparent that such a gimmick was simply not required. This book was initially intended to solely be a collection of ten poems. Due to the authors realisation that one has a responsibility to provide discourse provoking literature in an age of access to a wide range of futile avenues for self expression it seemed appropriate to add such content between stanzas as well as limit the number of poems in the publication (two as opposed to the original proposal of ten). The loose theme tying up the prose between the stanzas is one regarding social and economic survival of the creative consumer in physical space. One last thing. Both chapters of this book contain poetry that addresses concerns with an air of frivolity. The prose in these two parts is confused yet serious.