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|MY STORY THAT BECAME A LEGEND
(NOV. 26, 1959; Hattiesburg, Miss., U.S.A)
In my college days, taking my girl friend home was marvelous.
She had a dark complexion, big blue eyes, and other interesting
features. Her name was Cherry. (The sad part of this story is
that later she became my wife.)
On that cold night, after leaving the highway, I parked off a
small dirt road.
While listening to the radio, we heard that a dangerous convict
had escaped from the local prison. He had a metal hook for a hand.
"Let´s go back to the university," Cherry said.
At her university dormitory, I got out of the car and went around
to open her door. Hanging on her door handle was the hook!
|to take home
||llevar a casa
||to get out, to leave
||to go around
||carretera de tierra
||carretera de asfalto
||residencia de estudiantes
||tirador de puerta
||llegar a ser, convertirse