They did what was not humanly possible.
The victim – it’s coming through the skull.
He couldn’t let her go.
Wipe it up.
[It was me! I was the victim!]
Me waking up, crying out loud in the middle of the night, sobbing with grief: “I’ll never let you go either Daddy! I love you! I miss you so badly! Thank you for bringing me back to life! I can’t wait to be with you in heaven! I only want to live this life on earth so I can be with my children and future husband.”
[My father’s voice] You’ll have to wait a little while. But life is short.
[Then I heard bad men talking.]
God rest his soul.
Now they’re calling him a bad guy.
I will never treat another human being so bad
Not a bad card, do you…
and her son about to come inside
do you have any ideas?
No-no! This is an eating place
No, I’m going to take a knife to him
We don’t have a room key
It will bill for you every time
You get into the King of Queens? (marveling tone?)
(A man’s voice) Where did he tell you? What did he say?
Post (past?) harmonies
Just never got there.
Did you hear anything like that?
[men talking in a hallway]
Comes into the bank directly – don’t know why I haven’t gotten it
(going over a wall)
we’re safe now
It won’t happen to me damn it
He brought the cash now right right he got it
[I see a blond woman in the entrance of Little Shepherd Cuisine now looking around a man coming through the front door behind her]
You know what the dreams are now?
It was a long way to lose the front
(walking through an alley way with a tall large white building on the right with lots of square windows on the side wall)
there’s a bunk of them
just don’t let those others know if you heard anything from him
Just let the others know you approve of all the literature I deserve (observe?)
No, by himself
Two men disappear.
Two men disappear all the time.
Just a person.
Karumph! (sound like a car)
What do we get for Miss Cookie? [Miss Cookie is what I call my dog.]
This is the only way it will have significance.
Jesus, this is good.
I need to stop.
Bring me the torch.
I don’t know why I called her a black person or what a fixer upper
Bo drinks Lancaster.
Get her in the shower. [in the bakery?]
No use taxing too soon too soon
You have a mouth to feed.
[Said this to Nathaniel? To Kathy’s Son? To John Higdon?]
Why don’t you borrow my dad’s computer?
and butlers be saved
just kind of learning it and being real
If that five year old says anything
He does have history
his brother said something funny once
to save the ball from going over
do no monkey business
Nikamboswa [phonetic spelling]
Did you hear about that?
I don’t think she knows.
On the Chesapeake Bay.
Close knit family.
You’re a hammer.
(image of them climbing up to the roof or one of them climbing)
I see skunks building up there.
(I see image of me looking for my father down a long hallway like in St Ann’s, then me crying on the steps, now I can do nothing! in anguish)
[My father’s voice to me?] You’re not waiting for that to happen.
No no no you don’t
Everything else is celery. [salary?]
I saw you (sound of a loud bird) outside my barn as [those men?] stand by big doors
In a car out there on (Main)
You’re starting to get to me Ralphie
It was Checker’s that was my last draw
A tune tied up right now?
Yes, just as bad.
[Ralph:] I thought she meant sleep.
You’re helping me by selling.
In the back of my left hand pocket that Respect thing in the mail [John Higdon saying? Ralph saying?]
dear we better hang up now, it’s getting late [I think I see John Higdon reaching, trying to turn on overhead light in car]
Yo got a hole in it?!
He was 18
She was only 16
(She was only 62)
Miss Lackton please relax
I’m perfectly relaxed.
No, you’re not.
[A holy voice assuring me: you dumped him, your spirit]
those potatoes [Ralph speaking?]
how’d you manage to get those potatoes
I would be sitting naked
grab em o
come ‘ere come ‘ere!
(putting something into the other man’s hand like powder)
where’d Ralph go?
She’s makin shit up.
How’d you get them apples?