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For ten cents an hour, he cut grass at Upper Sandusky’s historic Old Mission Cemetery.
After much rubbing, the blades were still of only marginal sharpness, but Ada and Ruby went to the field and swung the scythes through the afternoon and then raked the cut grass into windrows, finishing in the last light, well after the sun had set.
But consider, Br’er Fox, he was killed with a tuft of cut grass in his hand.
Her arms were mackled red like a measles sufferer from being pricked and scraped with the cut grass ends, and she had a big blood-filled blister in the web of skin between her thumb and forefinger.
Lawnmowers hummed and buzzed until the smell of freshly cut grass sweetened the air.
“As I read it, and you’ll correct me here, Curtis, Colonel Cartarette was squatting on his heels facing the stream with the cut grass in his hands.