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Mayo Corneluis Higgins raised his hand up in the air. He had rubber bands he tied the two lettuce leaves one hand then the other. It look like if he had wings.
O bola Coo-pa-yani, Si na-ma-gama O deh-kah-no.
What does it mean? Does it mean something pretty?
M.C is imaged both of his parents dead. He says to him self, "Mama and Daddy in the ground, he told himself. Dead a long time." Then he is also imaging his great grandmother Sarah come alive.
M.C and his father are fighting, but M.C gets the hose and wets him with cold water. Then, M.C's father says, “Confound you . . . trying to drown me . . . you son of a gun . . . you . . . you’re going to get it this time. . . .”
Ain’t nobody goin’ n’ worry ’bout you dyin’ By you’self Lord, in a field Drinkin’ the wine oh wine.
His father sat down with M.C and he sang a song, "O bola Coo-pa-yani, Si na-ma-gama O deh-kah-no. This is the song , that Grandmother Sarah would sing to his Grandaddy, then while Jones started to sing M.C asked him, " Does it mean something pretty."
M.C went to the forest because he saw a strange light. We he found the strange light he saw a girl. He attacks her on the ground. He opens his pocket knife and makes a light cut on her skin. He heard her voice high and hard, with no whine in it: “You bother me ever again and I’ll cut your heart out.”“I was only playing!” he called out. “You hear? You, girl? But you would’ve killed me!”
The dude visits M.C's mother to hear her voice.She sang, "Drinkin’ the wine, wine, wine,” she sang. Down on your bending Kneebone to the ground. Ain’t nobody goin’ n’ worry ’bout you dyin’ By you’self Lord, in a field Drinkin’ the wine oh wine.
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