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Words of WhimsyOodledie doodeldie spiffeldy spat,
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The man ran away with his mat in his hat.
Spoofaulty shoefaulty piffledy pin,
The way that he ran did make all of us grin.
Antobee pantobee glandular poo,
We laughed and we laughed, he tripped over his shoe.
Mandlepiff chandlepiff icklebar nole,
He fell on his face, hit his head on a pole.
Shimmily sham, shimmily shame,
We laughed and we danced, all wet in the rain.
Pamela pam, pamela pain,
We buried that man in the flat plain.
Pivaldy poof, pivaldy clover,
The dirt that we threw would fall over and over.
Over and over the dirt it would fall,
Fall on the man who took his great fall.
And all that were laughing and dancing in rain,
All of us were laughing at pain,
Pain of the man who took his great fall,
Now under the dirt resting some six great feet tall.
April shut downConala waited for Jack to wake up so she could put him back to sleep, slowly and pleasingly to the both of them. Conala didn't want to let poor Jack back into his house; Patiro had killed his guardian while he was watching the whole thing. Conala had seen Jack running away crying, so she waited till Patiro came outside, hypnotized him, dragged him into her forest and put a tracking charm on him, then dragged him back to Jack's house and snapped him out of it. When he asked where Jack was, she refused to tell, remaining bold and rebellious. Patiro went inside, into Jack's living room, and stayed there.
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This all happened just the day before this. Conala had waited until Jack was sleeping on his hammock, locked outside, to drag him inside her forest. He'd be safer. Even if Patiro didn't know Jack was there, he would've found out if Conala had ignored the boy. She remembered tears stained on his face. Poor thing. She was keeping him here until Patiro left.
She gave Jack a soft, forgiving l