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My Tea Cake takes the time to treasure the thrillful Janie, thats the talk of the town.
Janie, you sure do use a lot of alliteration when talking. You could probably be the next Zora Neale Hurston.
See ya Phoeby! Im going fishing with Tea Cake, ill be back when Im back girl.
Ohh god, the day she will return is capricious. Love has her acting like a wild animal.
Ohh, it is predictable Phoeby! You know she'll be back soon. After he runs off with all of her money.
Well Sam, I guess I'll go wait for Janie like the roses await spring time again. I have been around Janie so long I'm starting to use literary techniques also. Maybe one day I can write a novel as good as Zora.
Phoeby that is personification. Flowers can not wait! Anyhow, you don't have to wait alone. I'm more than happy to wait with you.
One day, I want to be able to fish as great as the characterization of Janie in Zora Hurston's, Their Eyes Were Watching God.
I love that book. In fact, you remind me of her. Such a beautiful young woman in my eyes honey. Of course I'll teach you how to fish if that is what you desire
I sure am thirsty after this long weekend with Tea Cake.
You meant that to be a double- entendre, right?
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