This eclectic collection of poetry, written within the span of twenty-one years, offers thoughts from a variety of viewpoints. The works found within Littered provide unique perspectives on love, art, mythology, and life. S. C. Vault draws from her travel experiences in Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan to create some of the poems found within this book of verse. Vault's poetry creates vivid visual images, as in the poem "In the Parking Lot of a Salvation Army Store". The man's image comes alive through her writing: "his skin and bones held together / by bourbon and coarse blood / racing through his brittle veins / his marrow / tired / used up / wearing a veteran's cap / his eyes cold, grey / they quiver and fade / watching dull shadows / spit out from the silent moonlight ." Conveying the strong emotions present in life, the poems in this personal collection revolve around and are deeply rooted in Vault's daily experiences.