Philadelphia: Dorrance & Company, 1970. 40p., very good hardcover in lightly worn dj, remainder mark at bottom edge of textblock with some bleeding of the red ink into the paper. "... a black poet's intense perception of the black American in his quest for identity and tradition." - dj.
"Two four six eight. / Now we / Don't want to integrate. / Moving memories of social rape's hour, / Belches up in ghettoes cries of Black Power. / We have wintered too long / In cocoons not of our spinning..."