|Reviews for I Ate the Moon|
| Raspberry Ice-T chapter 1 . 5/26/2009
It's obviously nothing other than the battle cry of the Ethiopian gray-toed buffalo. Good job on writing it down. Usually, the cries are inaudible to human and animal ears. Only trees can hear them. That's why the trees are always cowering in fear in Ethiopia. I love the poetic elements you added to the battle cry, too, like word repetition (of the word "parallel" coincidentally). I also really like the question at the end.