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It was part of her dance to drop from that perch as daintily as a bee-martin way-laying a hive, devour each home-coming word as he devours bees, and flit back and twitter and flutter as a part of all nature's harmony, though in chills of dismay at her peril and yet burning to go to Hilary, from whom this task alone forever held her away.
"ONE time," said Uncle Remus, sighing heavily and settling himself back in his seat with an air of melancholy resignation -- "one time Brer Rabbit wuz gwine 'long down de road shakin 'his big bushy tail, en feelin' des ez scrumpshus ez a bee-martin wid a fresh bug."
'Twix 'de bug en de bee-martin' tain't hard ter tell w'ich gwineter git kotch.
'Twix' de bug en de bee-martin 'tain't hard ter tell w'ich gwineter git kotch.
N'er man come 'long en ax me who raise de row 'twix' de buzzud en de bee-martin. [
Dar dey is, spite er dat, -- wum in de scaly-bark, bee-martin atter de buzzud. "