In these poems, Connie Fox explores the ancient theology/philosophy of the Great Goddess world-view where the Earth itself is literally the Earth Mother & everything is dominated by a sense of female sexuality/fertility. The Dream of the Black Topaz Chamber', Oma', & Nachthymnen' highlight this primordial femininity with lush imagery & rich language. 10170' and Babicka' link the past with the present & provide a glimpse into Connie's experiences, sensuality, & awareness of the life-death cycle. This increased awareness of death & aloneness permeates the imagery in Our Lady Of Laussel' and Entre Nous'. Fox identifies & identifies with the history/anthropology/philosophy of female sexuality & portrays it with courage, sensitivity, & intelligence. This poetry is a kind of Jungian-Freudian Id-history of Connie's life & relationships from childhood to adulthood.