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The road to the school house

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Another way, the road does go the way I go when I go to the school-house where I go to school. When it is come there, it does go right on -- on to the house of the girl who has no seeing . When it gets to her house, it does make a bend, and it does go its way to the blue hills . As it goes, its way is near unto the way of the rivière that sings as it comes from the blue hills. There are singing brooks that come going to the rivière. These brooks -- they and I -- we are friends. I call them Orne and Loing and Yonne and Rille and Essonne.
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