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THE SYLPHIDE

Eaux-Vives in the moonlight and she was telling me why life in her home seemed insufferable to her. From the instant when I first saw her the soul of the Knight of my childhood had reawakened in me. She was the Queen of the Petits Soldats Russes, the Natasha of War and Peace, the Irene of Smoke.
`It's strange,' I told her, `but I have been waiting for you for twenty-five years...'
Our hands met in the shadows.
`You're like the Reynolds angels,' I told her.
`Don't place me too high,' she said, `you will be disillusioned. ...'
`I don't believe it.'
The moon disappeared behind the trees. My new friend got up.
`I'll have to go home,' she said, `the Lions will be furious.'
`Who are the Lions?'
`My mother and my grandmother.'
I went with her to her door.
`And may I see you to-morrow?'
`Yes. Come to the park at four o'clock near our bench. I will be there ... We can have tea together.'
I walked back toward my hotel along the shore of the sleeping lake. I felt joyful, lighthearted and confident. Suddenly all my cynicism had vanished.

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