African American Poetry (1870-1926): A Digital Anthology

Helene Johnson, "Night" (1926)

The moon flung down the bower of her hair,
A sacred cloister while she knelt at prayer.
She crossed pale bosom, breathed a sad amen--
Then bound her hair about her  head again. 


Published in Opportunity, January 1926

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