[Macon, GA]: Macon Press Co., 1973. First Edition. Scarce, self-published volume of "experience poetry" by the native Atlanta author. Contents deal with issues of health ("Sickle Cell vs. High Blood"), the death of Martin Luther King, Jr. ("A Dream Turned Into a Nightmare?"), violence ("Why Kill Your Brother?"), and contraception ("Planned Parenthood"), among others. OCLC notes 4 holdings (Howard, Wake Forest, Brown, and Radford). Slim octavo (21cm.); original white staplebound wrappers; pp. Fine.