Naked Poetry: At Home and In Nature, is the second collection of naturist poetry in the Sky Clad Poetry series. This collection shares the same foundation as the first volume; the embracing of a naturist philosophy, meditation and depth psychology. If one dares to see the physical reality of oneself, perhaps an acceptance of the truths that one finds will give a person the strength and courage to look even deeper, beneath the skin, to come to terms with the authentic self that each of us keeps hidden. Stripping away clothing is just one step, perhaps the first vital step. Beneath the clothing is just skin, something that all humans share. Yet we hide that basic, natural state as if our natural selves are somehow shameful, perhaps even evil. We cling desperately to clothing with the idea that our clothing defines us. Our identity is placed in these clothes, pushed away from the vulnerable and soft centre within us beneath the clothing and beneath the skin. That vulnerable and soft centre is the soul. None of us is able to find our soul in things outside of our natural body: not in our clothing, not in our possessions, not in our work and play, not in our rituals and addictions, or in our relationships with others. We can only find our soul by daring to turn our gaze back onto ourselves and into ourselves.