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Brave Horatius thinks it is home-going time

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Sometimes, when a time long it is I have been walking and listening to the voices of the night, then it is Brave Horatius does catch the corner of my nightgown in his mouth and he pulls -- he pulls most hard in the way that does go to the house we live in . After he does pull, he barks the barks he always does bark when he has thinks it is homegoing time. I listen. Sometimes I go back. He goes with me. Sometimes I go on. He goes with me. And often it is he is here come with me to this field where the potatoes grow. And he knows most all the poetry I have told them.
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