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her and lost her. The penetrating and tender fragrance of lilacs was to bring back, to my dying day, the memory of that funeral bed, that icy forehead and my tears.
In the forenoon the first friends arrived. I left two nuns to keep watch in the room and received Charles Du Bos, who was gentle and compassionate. He volunteered to arrange everything with the Church of SaintPierre in Neuilly. I desired to have Faure's beautiful Requiem played and Handel's Largo, which was one of Janine's favourites. I feel an infinite gratitude to the Church for the poignant beauty of that Mass. I was consumed with sorrow and love. The divine music of Faure, the sublime voices of the choir, the hieratic deliberateness of the evolutions, the solemnity of the absolution, comforted me. `Requiem aeternam, dona eis,
Dontine ... Requiem aeternam ... aeternam ... aeternam.' It seemed to me
that I could be at rest, and that if another world existed in which she whom I had so greatly loved survived, she would be happy and like the angelic, childlike and ardent girl whom I had seen in the moonlight that first evening beneath the trees of the Parc des Eaux Vives.

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