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PART II - CHAPTER XX

room with my son she looked up smiling, as she always does when she sees the child.
" I am writing to my mother," she said, her eyes suddenly illumined as they are when she smiles. "I can tell her everything at last. I shall tell her that I have hung yellow curtains at the windows and that there is a bowl of golden narcissus on the table. I shall tell her that to-day I have lined a little basket with pink silk for him to sleep insilk the colour of American apple-blossom! She will see through every word and know how happy-how happy I am at last!"
Have you ever seen a lovely valley, My Sister, grey beneath a heavy sky? Then suddenly the clouds part, and sunshine pours down, and life and colour start out joyous and shouting from every point of that valley. It is so with her now. Her eyes are things alive in themselves for joy, and her voice is a continual song.
Her lips are never still. They are always curving and moving with little smiles and fragments of quick laughter. She is really very beautiful. I have always doubted her beauty before, because it was not like anything I had seen, but now I perceive it clearly. Storm and sullenness have gone from her eyes. They are blue like the sea under a bright sky.

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