I believe this is falling action
Explanation: The story is speaking in past tense, almost as if the climax had already happened, therefore it is probably the falling action.
I do not have the answer yet but i'm pretty sure its the rising action..because it shows the setting and the time it could also be the exposition..if you get it wrong i'm deeply sorry
the falling action i think
The falling action.
The People Could Fly: American Black Folktales, Volume 1 by Virginia Hamilton and Leo Dillon is a collection of stories based on the folktales of the Blacks. This children storybook contains numerous chapters, one of which is Wiley, His Mama and The Hairy Man, which the given excerpt is based from.
The given excerpt tells of the scene after the Hairy Man left dejected after failing to procure the child, Wiley from his mama. Mama had fooled him into thinking that he would get the boy but it was the young pig in the bed under the covers. In his frustration, "he knocked down trees and let loose rocks and boulders all the way", resulting in the "big, wide path right through the swamp just like a cyclone cut along through it".
This excerpt is from the falling action of the story, for it brought an end to the story.
The falling action
Falling action occurs immediately after the climax and plot resolution. It wraps up the narrative, ties up loose ends, and signals the end of the narration.
From the excerpt, the tense used is the past tense which signals that the climax had already happened and the conflicts have all been resolved.
This excerpt is from the end of the story when Wiley tricks the Hairy Man to get him inside sack but the hairy man comes out of the sack as wind.
Wiley, his Mother and the Hairy Man is a scary story for kids about a boy who defeats a Hairy Man who lives in a swamp near his home.
Elaborate through Filipino you mean?