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The book's title suggests that the poems are about innocence, yet the poems are actually about outlaws, guilt, and shame, with the exception of the last poem, "innocent.
And yes, I've done things wrong in my life, things that the average person would suffer a certain amount of guilt for, and yet I felt criminal and criminalized about it.
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No matter what other powers we have, they are undermined by the assumption of our guilt.