Excerpt from Songs of All Sorts
He knew those loud tones mounting up were stormy argument; He recognized those rippling sounds to be with humor blent. Then fainter grew the accents as they went out group by group. Till gone the last man and he heard the landlord shut ting up.... He hearld the clicking of his locks, the rattle and the )0 t, As shgoting to its proper place went the barricading o t. And theg he heard retreating steps, and the closing of a oor, Then utter silence reigned supreme on Stackhouse and the hour.
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