By A. A. Milne
Simply because Eeyore feels overlooked on his birthday, Pooh and Piglet try to supply a formal get together.
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When it seemed to him that it must be nearly daylight, he heard the clock strike ten! This was despair. He would have tossed and fidgeted, as his nerves demanded, but he was afraid he might wake Sid. So he lay still, and stared up into the dark. Everything was dismally still. By and by, out of the stillness, little, scarcely preceptible noises began to emphasize themselves. The ticking of the clock began to bring itself into notice. Old beams began to crack mysteriously. The stairs creaked faintly.
I --" "There! " "Lord, Tom, they're coming! They're coming, sure. " "I dono. " "Oh, Tom, they can see in the dark, same as cats. " "Oh, don't be afeard. I don't believe they'll bother us. We ain't doing any harm. " The boys bent their heads together and scarcely breathed. A muffled sound of voices floated up from the far end of the graveyard. "Look! " whispered Tom. " "It's devil-fire. " Some vague figures approached through the gloom, swinging an old-fashioned tin lantern that freckled the ground with innumerable little spangles of light.
And the crash of an empty bottle against the back of Page 46 Adventures of Tom Sawyer - Mark Twain his aunt's woodshed brought him wide awake, and a single minute later he was dressed and out of the window and creeping along the roof of the "ell" on all fours. He "meow'd" with caution once or twice, as he went; then jumped to the roof of the woodshed and thence to the ground. Huckleberry Finn was there, with his dead cat. The boys moved off and disappeared in the gloom. At the end of half an hour they were wading through the tall grass of the graveyard.