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“A mist of dust come up an 'de owls, dey holler an' carry on so dat old mars get he gun an 'shot it off to scare dem erway.”
“I jes knowed wen I woke up dat my child was sick dat lived erway from home en wanted my son ter take me ter see her.”
“Uncle Liga en me moved erway next day en other people moved in dis cabin en dey saw de same thing en nobody would stay dar.”
“Weums sho did leave dar an de next morning my boss axed me if we cotched enthing en we told him wot we saw en he said he knowed weums would be run erway foh he war run erway hisself.”
“He said 'don you go ter dat pond ternight Easter foh if you does something will run you erway.”
“My man he jes wen erway en I haint neber seed him ergin en I'se had five chilluns en de white folks hev heped me all dese years.”
“Then the consciousness of the fact that he was in a-- to him -- unknown part of the mountain, and nearing the summit, brought with it a recollection of the words spoken that morning by little Lou, "Judd air erway ergin ... up in the mountain.”
“I haint blind ter what hes happened, an 'I knows thet the time air comin' when she's es plumb sartain ter fly erway from this hyar mountain es a homein 'dove; fer she hes heard the call uv her city blood, an' hit haint ter be denied.”
“I warned him fair ter keep erway, an 'p'inted my warnin' with a rifle ball.”
“Smiles," began Judd, with all the harshness gone from his voice, "I don't enjoy fer ter hear yo 'sigh thet erway, er ter see ther fur-off look in yo'r purty eyes, 'cause I fears thet hit means thar's some one else then me in yo'r heart.”
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