Nibbles is a book of verse from the imagination of the author. The poems are derived from real and made up occurrences, some lived, and others, fabricated by the author. The poems are from the author's imagination. It is up to the reader to discern what they want to believe as real. Some of the poems are formed from the joy of knowing the beautiful ladies in and during the author's lifetime. Nibbles, also, delve's into the author's mind as it pertains to love, lust, and satiation. The question is, what does the reader imagine as the poems are read aloud or silently to themselves? What should be injested wholly as true and what contains nibbles of falsehood. All poems, in Nibbles, have a deliberate finish. The reader must imagine what happens or what will happen next.Nibbles is a book of verse that describes the beauty of captured moments, through first hand sightings, pictures, memories, and imagination.Some thoughts should be nibbled on, just so they will last longer.