THE STORM

THE STORM
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  • The First Sign
  • Going to high ground. Saw-grass bloom. Hurricane coming.
  • Where are you all going?
  • Decision to stay
  • Hello Tea Cake, yeah man. You and Janie wanta go? Ah woouldn't give nobody else uh chawnce at uh seat till Ah found out if you all had anyway tuh go.
  • Hello Lias. you leavin', Ah see. Thank yuh ever so much, lias. But we 'bout decided tuh stay.
  • The storm begans
  • One day, Janie sees several groups of Native Americans departing the Everglades for Palm Beach. She asks them why they are leaving and they respond that a hurricane is coming. 
  • watching God
  • GOD?
  • Over the next few days, more indigenous people leave and animals begin scurrying off in the same direction. Soon, workers begin leaving the town. Although he is offered a ride to higher ground, Tea Cake decides to stay.
  • Leaving the house
  • But Tea Cake its awful out there.
  • The storm begins to whip up and everyone has gone to their own houses except for motor boat. The 3 of them wait out the storm in the shanty with “their eyes . . . watching God.”
  • facing the storm head on
  • At least we have each other.
  • The 3 of them huddled closer and stared at the door. Six eyes questioning God.
  • The flooding is getting worst and Tea Cake deciedes they need to leave. So janie grabs the money out the draw
  • Now that they have left the house they realize that since they don't have anything they just have each other.
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