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LOCAL LEGEND

THE STORY IS TOLD AROUND TOWN THAT SOMEONE ONCE
PLACED A LARGE HARP IN THE TREE ON HIS LAWN,
SLANTING THE HARP SO A GENTLE BREEZE PLAYED SOFTLY
ACROSS ITS STRINGS, BECAUSE HE LIKED SWEET MUSIC.
I GUESS IT MUST HAVE BEEN MORE EERIE THAN SWEET.

Where learned: MISSISSIPPI ; HOLLY SPRINGS

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Human Being
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Human Being
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Product or activity of man or animal

Date learned: 08-10-1968

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