The Story of Covey and I (Extended)

The Story of Covey and I (Extended)
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  • You know what you must do. The longer you are gone the more mad Covey will be.
  • What should I do?
  • Brush the horses, will you?
  •  “God what shall I do?” While I was alone in the woods, God answered me through my friend Sandy Jenkins, who was a fellow slave who I confided in. 
  • Before Sandy sent me on my way, he gave me a gift. A “magic” root he said would protect me from all whips in the hands of those who want to harm me. While I was doubtful in the root’s effectiveness, to my surprise, upon my return to Covey’s plantation he kindly regarded me and bade me to feed the horses.
  • The Story of Covey and Frederick By:Matthew, Cullen, and Jabari
  • While I was feeling good about my encounter with Covey, it was premature. He was secretly waiting for me in the horse’s stables. He immediately lunged for me. I quickly evaded him and hit him in the nose. He recovered fast however, and tackled me to the ground, “You shall never be free” he rasped. “Maybe so, then I will die trying.” I replied. I delivered him the final blow to his head and he went out cold.
  • I had at last triumphed and defeated him. I felt like Abe standing tall over him. For the rest of the days working for him, he never lay a finger on me again, a little out of fear, and a lot out of respect.
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