"I'll spin a web," said Spider, and he spun from one side to the other. But when Rabbit was crossing, Spider cut the web, and Rabbit fell in the water.
Spider ran to the dance, and the ladies admired his fine clothes and elegant dancing.
Rabbit showed up later, soaked and barely alive. He got out his fiddle and sang, "Hear what Spider did do to me, ooooooh, what Spider did do!"
The ladies all comforted Rabbit with kisses and told Spider, "Go away!"
Inspired by: Tales of the Congaree by Edward C. L. Adams.
Notes: This is "The Spider and the Rabbit" (p. 242).