here), several things happen, each packed with meaning and significance.
(i) Dahut hears her father cry out and weep. Surely she should now feel compassion for him?
(ii) She also weeps - but only because her deceit has failed.
(iii) The clouds swallow the moon. The Goddess withdrawing?
(iv) Dahut can creep back into the city - and is now launched on a course of secretive plotting and manipulation.
(v) That wind that I mentioned whips her with cold.
(vi) Dead leaves rattle underfoot. The reference to death prefigures the death of Ys and the rattling gives us a third sense along her route, after the moonlight and the cold.
(vii) An eagle owl passes and vanishes with the moon. We know that this is a Sending. Queen Forsquilis spies clairvoyantly.
I have summarized just three short paragraphs.