New York: The William-Frederick Press, 1972. Hardcover. 85p., first edition, Pages browned/age-toned. Unpriceclipped bit soiled and edgeworn dj. The Afro-Trinidadian poet emigrated to the US. The final poem in this volume, "I Carry Trinidad" celebrates the country and her memories ending with "That's why I'm glad | That in this breast, this place sequestered, sure, | Where dreams and treasured memories endure, | I carry Trinidad." William-Frederick poets 150.