When we say “Right on Time” we are speaking of that precise moment when something should be said in gratitude of, or for appreciation for a special remark or gesture. More often than not, one gets overwhelmed at something that was either said or done, especially when they least expect it. They then struggle with choosing the proper words to express their gratification. This may happen when someone says (or does) something nice for you during a time when you were totally unprepared. Or, there are times when a person feels what they want to say should be more personal or more descriptive. By nature, you want to say “Thank You” but your brain sits in a state of idle dissolution while you mentally grasp for the proper verbiage, and wonder how to say it with elegance and with proper enunciation and meaning. If this has ever happened to you, maybe Right on Time, Poems for the Right Moment is a book you will relate to.