They took the moonlit night with them I (A Poem) by Hyginus Ekwuazi

It was the night of the full moon and we were at supper: that was when they came for my grandmother. The birth, they said, was not going too well—and was it everything the eye saw that the head car…

Source: They took the moonlit night with them I (A Poem) by Hyginus Ekwuazi

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