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She must not allow it. She dared not allow it. It was too late now for her to come alive and be the wife Perry needed and deserved. If she came too much alive, she would become too terribly aware of the injustice she had done him, and she would not even be able to be a good wife to him. She would come to watch for signs of discontent in him. She would come to watch him with other, younger women, watching for signs of longing and restlessness. And she would come ultimately to hate him for having reminded her that life could be for living if only one had not misused one's youth so very badly.

Sometimes he read aloud to her as she stitched at her embroidery. And he never tired of watching the design grow from the blank linen beneath her long, slim fingers. On occasion he did nothing else but sit and watch her, her black-clad figure slim and shapely, her hair sleek, the black lace cap that she wore indoors hardly distinguishable from the color of her hair, her dark eyelashes fanning her pale cheeks as she bent to her work. She would look up at him eventually with her large gray eyes and sometimes a fleeting smile, and he would resume his reading, not wishing to embarrass or to make self-conscious the grace of her movements.

Difficult to know what ghosts haunted her, what might be accomplished by bringing them to life again, what harm might be done. He closed his arm around her and kissed her more deeply. He drew her arm more closely against his side the next morning when they were out walking along the leaf-strewn lane that passedReardonPark , their feet crunching on the dried leaves. html are very quiet this morning," he said. " "No," she said. "Spring will come again. It always does. That is one lovely certainty of the seasons.

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