1976. Love poems to men and close family members.
Biographer Jean Gould says, "Freya's second book...reveals the maturing, emerging person within the poet, fully aware of her womanhood; feminine but not feminist; positive in her independent outlook, but not political. She doesn't pound, but persuades, seemingly without trying."
Poet and essayist Linda Hasselstrom writes, "Rather than relying on simple stridency...or political statements, her work encompasses the myriad possibilities of woman, including herself."
Thorp Springs Press, Berkeley, CA. 1976. 56 pgs.