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THE LABYRINTHODON

'Member when we raced that time-out be'ind the church?'
Then for a time they sat idly, each following out agreeable meditations.
`It's rum,' said Kipps.
`What's rum?'
" Ow everything's 'appened,' said Kipps. `Who'd 'ave thought of our being 'ere like this six weeks ago? .... Who'd 'ave thought of my ever 'aving any money?'
His eyes went to the big Labyrinthodon. He looked first carelessly and then suddenly with a growing interest in its vast face. `I'm deshed,' he murmured. Ann became interested. He laid a hand on her arm and pointed. Ann scrutinised the Labyrinthodon, and then came round to Kipps' face in mute interrogation.
`Don't you see it?' said Kipps.
`See what?'
" E's jest like old Coote.'
`It's extinct,' said Ann, not clearly apprehending.
`I dessay 'e is. But 'e's jest like Old Coote, all the same for that.'
Kipps meditated on the monstrous shapes in sight. `I wonder 'ow all these old antediluvium animals got extinct,' he asked. `No one couldn't possibly 'ave killed 'em.'
`Wlry, I know that!' said Ann. `They was overtook by the Flood . . . .'
Kipps meditated for a while. `But I thought they had to take two of everything there was'
'Within reason they 'ad,' said Ann ....
The Kippses left it at that.
The great green and gold Labyrinthodon took no notice of their conversation. It gazed with its wonderful eyes over their heads into the infinite-inflexibly calm. It might, indeed, have been Coote himself there, Coote the unassuming, cutting them dead.
There was something about its serenity that suggested patience, suggested the indifference of a power that waits. In the end this quality, dimly apprehended, made the Kippses uneasy, and after a while they got up, and glancing backward, went their way.

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And in due course these two simple souls married, and Venus Urania, the Goddess of Wedded Love, who is indeed a very great and noble and kindly goddess, bent down and blessed their union.

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