Waters Across Which Slaves Escape

A brother dies young, his children half-grown, and I vow never to complain about any fact of raising children – paying tuitions, teen hijinks, battles over curfews, eyes rolled at me – as he would have loved to be able to have had the privilege.


By: Marilyn Yocum

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