We travel much, yet prisoners are, and close confined to boot.  Yet...

We travel much, yet prisoners are, and close confined to boot.
Yet with any horse, we will keep the pace, and will always go on foot.
What are they?

Answer: spurs

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We travel much, yet prisoners are, and close confined to boot.  Yet...
We travel much, yet prisoners are, and close confined to boot.  Yet...
We travel much, yet prisoners are, and close confined to boot.  Yet...

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