Excerpt from Miscellaneous Poems: Translated Into English Prose
At the sight of them suddenly anger is shown. Rascals, vagabonds, beggars, away with you! Let us cast on our neighbors this tiresome burden! Money less tourists come, out of the way! Off with you! But neighbors, ... too, thank God, have police like us for such visitors.
You have seen sometimes panting sheep, care lessly worried by butcher's dogs with hungry jaws, bleating in despair, hurrying, pushing, and soon finding no place to run to, to ¿y to, to escape this horrible tor ture, since on every side the teeth are ready to bite them. And the butcher's boy joyfully chuckles, he hounds them on, and Bite him, there's a little one for you. It'sblood, it's ¿esh that the dog tears. It's an eye torn out that hangs on his jowl. It's a life in tatters; but close to the shambles its quicker work; and one gets through one's duty.
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