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a baby snake, two hands long, a green snake. “Poor thing. It’s a green snake. Still a baby. What harm can it do?” I said. My father replied, “A snake’s a snake.” And mother, “That’s where everyone walks. We don’t need trouble. Kill it.” “I can’t,” I said. Father struck him with a piece of firewood, chased him outside ...
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