London: William Heinemann, 1929. First Edition. The radical poet's second book, a collection of rather emulative free-verse lyrics in the Imagist style, giving little indication of the combative, socially engaged verse that would come to define Lowenfels' later career. A rather uncommon book, not abundant in commerce, especially when in attractive condition. Small octavo. Gray-brown thick paper wrappers, printed in gold on spine and front cover; 92pp. Scattered foxing to text, else a straight, sound copy, well preserved in the original wrappers.