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CHAPTER THREE

Futile things bees, the worker bees. The drones had the best of it. At least they died for love ... Butterflies.
Butterflies everywhere. Whites, Orange Tips, Brimstones, Tortoiseshells, Red Admirals, Peacocks, Painted Ladies, Walls, Blues, Heaths, Small Coppers, every sort of butterfly. Shadows of butterflies in the early sunshine swimming over the flowers. Peacocks on the buddleia ... ten ... twelve ... and there a painted lady; peacocks folding their wings into blackness, opening them into beauty; red admirals on the buddleia, red and black velvet on lilac; brimstones delicately yellow, folding into a delicate green, with just a beauty-spot of orange put on with artistry by the mirror of the pool. Useless, beautiful butterflies - how much prouder God must be of you than of bees ! How much more worth while to have made you!
Birds.
First the pigeons in the dovecot. Black Nuns. Blackand-White Nuns. Two of them, to begin with; nuns; undisturbed by men. They laid eggs, hopefully, but nothing happened. Perhaps, they told each other, it was the dovecot which was wrong; the aspect, the ventilation. They went to the roof and laid them hopefully there - facing north, facing south, on tiles, on stone. Still no babies. Pathetic. Then Reginald went to London to have his hair cut, and bought a Black Monk (and had his hair cut), and now it didn't matter where the eggs were laid, dishevelled and surprised babies came out of them and grew to serenity. There were six; sitting lazily on the roof, making a lazy toilet by the pool, lovemaking lazily; happy, lazy, beautiful Nuns.
Then the mallards on the pond. To make them feel that they were no longer visitors, but part of the establishment,

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