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Walter R. Brooks Quotes

No sir, Ill live to write dozens more poems to read aloud to you." Mrs. Wiggins looked at him, and a big sob that was coming up in her throat, turned into a laugh, and she said: "Thats what Im afraid of.
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Some stars are large, and some are small,
And some are quite invisiball!

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I doubt if Mrs. Wiggins ever appeared more truly heroic than at that moment. Ordinarily the most peace-loving of a peace-loving race, when she had pledged herself to a cause which she thought right she was capable of taking a firm stand even in the face of the most determined opposition. Few other cows, I am certain, would have cared to address that angry mob. Fortunately, she was able to address them and be heard, for Bertram was for the moment engaged with the four animals who had run upstairs to attack him.

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Here Mrs. Wiggins, who had been slowing down gradually, came to a full stop. "Good land, Charles," she said, looking down at the rooster, "I can't remember all those big words. That was a real nice speech you wrote out for me, but I guess you'll just have to let me tell it in my own way." Charles

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And there she was, sitting in the river with the water up to her neck. The

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The slingshot?" said Mrs. Wiggins. "Georgie's got it. We're going to take it down to the cow barn for safe keeping. Well, Alice, you're the judge and the jury, and if you say let him go-" She nodded to her sisters, who set Jimmy down and released his arms. The

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And then she went off into a gale of her great roaring laughter. "Oh, dear," said Freddy. "Now look what I've done!

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Land sakes, I can't make a speech," she said. "Tell you what: I'll recite a poem I composed while in jail." And she began. "Although in jail in Centerboro, I do not fret or stew or worro. And confidently I confront The judge, because I'm innosunt. Tho I'm a cow, I am no coward I have not flinched when thunder rowered. When lightning flashed I've merely giggled Like one whose funnybone is tiggled. And I shall never give up hoping That soon the jail front door will oping And I'll once more enjoy my freedom On Bean's green fields. When last I seed 'em They were a fair and lovely vision And so for my return I'm wishun. I hope that Bismuth will get his'n And spend a good long time in prison.

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Mrs. Wiggins said she didn't like weddings: they always made her cry. "And when I cry," she said, "there's no use trying to go on with the ceremony until I stop.

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Some people talk in a telephone
And some people talk in a hall;
Some people talk in a whisper,
And some people talk in a drawl;
And some people talk-and-talk-and-talk-and-talk-and-talk
And Never say anything at all.

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Looks as if the Ignormus was in the house when you were in the cellar," she said. "And he tried to scare you with the hose, and with that warning note. And yet-

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