Mary meets Dickon in the garden again, with a raven and a fox. The enjoyment in the moment was mostly because Mary got to see Dickon again.
Mary is angry when she returns to Colin because Colin wants everything his way. So, Miss Mary gets mad and she and Colin have an argument.
Mary claimed that she would never come back to Colin's room, but she returns due to Colin's awful cries. She gives a Colin a piece of her mind, in which everyone in the moor was shocked by the fact that Mary was not hesitant to raise her voice at such a spoiled and demanding boy.
Mary is brought back by the fact that Colin says he is going to die, and she slowly realizes the beliefs Colin lives under. She helps Colin realize that he WILL live to grow up. Both of them settle their argument, and both of their hearts soften. Mary then puts Colin to sleep.
Mary tells Dickon about Colin.
Dickon visits Colin because Dickon and Mary both realize that Colin needs to experience the world around him, and that he must not waste any more time.