|A passing wagon
|We went on in a slow way. I did look looks about. And there were birds -- robins and two bluebirds and more larks of the meadow and other crows like
Lars Porsena of Clusium
. When we was come to another bend in the
made a stop. I made a slide off. I went to pick him some grass. A
went by. Two horses were in front of it, and on its high seat was a man with his hat on sideways and a woman with a big
most hiding her face. There was seven children in the wagon -- two with sleeps upon them and a little girl with a
and a frown and a cape on her. I have thinks from the looks on their faces they all did have wants to get soon to where they were going to.
Center for Electronic Studying, University of Oregon.
February 6, 2003.