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Greetings for the tree friends

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All those trees are my friends. I call them by names I have given to them. I call them Hugh Capet and Saint Louis and Good King Edward I ; and the tallest one of all is Charlemagne , and the one around where the little flowers talk most is William Wordsworth, and there are Byron and Keats and Shelley . When I go straight for the milk, I do so like to come around this way by the lane and talk to these tree friends. I stopped tonight to give to each a word of greeting. When I got to the end of the lane, I climbed the gate and thought I had better hurry straight on to get the milk.
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