In this collection, I present eight sets of three poems inspired by each of the interviewees of various faiths. Forms occasionally shift: some dialogue felt better fitted in creative monologue, while other pieces breathe through metaphor, snug images. I begin with six poems which weave in my own past, address observations, struggles with faith and circumstance. I can articulate the overwhelming admiration I have developed for each individual who graciously allowed me access into intimacy: shortcomings, falling-outs, inspirations, sins, crystallizing moments, tarnished relationships and shedding skin to begin fresh again, clarity, unadulterated faith. Throughout this project, I became less and less concerned with whether I agreed or disagreed with an outlook, whether explanations seemed rational, mystical. I remained captivated, hypnotized by professions and declarations, the courage to reveal private, raw detail. In the end, the most jolting revelation I reached is that I am definitely not alone in my struggle with faith, journey toward establishing belief, truth and clarity.