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Hurrying back to Elsie

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By-and-by, when my feets were dry, they did put my shoes on and they laced them up. They didn't miss a string-hole like I do sometimes when I am in a hurry to get them tied up. Then, when they did have them tied up, they did want me to stay to dinner. But I did have feels I must hurry back to the house of Elsie and tell her that the baby was hers. She might be having anxious feels about it. When I did say good-bye they did give me two apples -- one for William Shakespeare and one for Elizabeth Barrett Browning . And they did give me some cheese for Thomas Chatterton Jupiter Zeus and corn for Lars Porsena of Clusium . And they came a long way with me.
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