An' always of a marnun', when first ut crawled tull the kutchen-door an' blunked out ot the sun, ut brayed.
Unbeknown, the monster eediot crawled tull the door an' brayed after hus fashion ot the sun.
And Margaret sat in the doorway where the monster, blinking at the sun, had so often wagged its head and brayed.
A piano-organ was pouring the metallic music through our open windows, while a voice of brass brayed
the words, which I have since obtained, and print above for identification by such as know their Italy better than I.