When out here no place
to go but in when indoors no
place to go but out
When I’m out here,” he said, “there’s no place to go but in. When I’m indoors, there’s no place to go but out in the yard.“
“That’s where you’re wrong, my friend,” said a voice.
“You don’t have to stay in that dirty-little dirty-little dirty-little yard,” said the goose, who talked rather fast. “One of the boards is loose. Push on it, push-push-push on it, and come on out!”
So said the goose to Wilbur the pig in Charlotte’s Web.
Please excuse me, I am going to go and push on some boards in the fence around me and see if I can’t find a way out.
But be warned, after getting out, Wilbur says, “If this is what it’s like to be free,” he thought, “I believe I’d rather be penned up in my own yard.”