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PART I - CHAPTER IX

has been created before ! His arms are fat and dimpled, and his legs like young oak trees for strength. I have examined his whole body for love. It is as sound and fair as the child of a god. Ah, the rogue ! He kicks and cries to be at the breast, and he has eaten but an hour ago ! His voice is lusty, and he demands everything.
Oh, but my hour was hard, My Sister ! My husband watched me with fond and anxious eyes. I paced before the window in my joy and agony. They were cutting the ripe grain and laying it in rich sheaves upon the ground. The fullness of the year-the fullness of life!
I gasped at the snarling pain and then exulted to know that I was at the height of my womanhood. Thus I gave birth to my first-born son ! Ai-ya, but he was a sturdy one! How he forced the gates of life into the world, and with what a mighty cry did he come forth! I feared to die with the pain of his impatience, and then I gloried in his strength. My golden man-child!
Now has my life flowered. Shall I tell you all, that you may know how complete is my joy? Why should I not say it to you, My Sister, who have seen thus far my naked heart? It was like this, then.
I lay weak and yet in triumph upon my bed.

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