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CHAPTER THREE

Reginald had given them an old dog-kennel to sleep in, nest in, meditate in. The duck retired within; meditated, slept on it, and decided to nest. Only two eggs were hatched. The drake, feeling, perhaps, that life was getting altogether too domestic, returned to his marsh in the woods; the dog-kennel was sent back to the barn; and three ducks settled down to a happy life on the pond, lived sometimes horizontally, sometimes vertically. `Look at that green on the back of the neck,'thought Reginald reverently. `Howdoes He do it?'
The kingfisher who flashed past them on his rare visits - ah, there was beauty ! The white owl who came over in the dusk on some deep and secret business, as if holding his breath as he passed you, and then letting it out in one gentle expiration, more noiseless than silence. The call of the rooks in the elms on spring mornings, blackbirds in February, thrushes in April, the cuckoo who re-awakens in you the memory of every summer; the song of birds in early summer and then the strange silence of birds in late summer - could you ever forget that you shared the world with birds?
Goldfish in the pool, gold, black and gold, black and red, silver and gold. A strange, remote, sexless life they led. Breathing, thinking, breathing, thinking. Ascetics, living on nothing. Thinking, north and south; a turn of the tail, and they are thinking east and west. Waiting for something, some revelation, perhaps. Or was it ants' eggs? Why ants' eggs for goldfish? As well expect rabbits to like rooks' eggs. Perhaps they do, thought Reginald, and wait hopefully, at the bottom of trees. Sylvia looked beautiful, feeding the goldfish. Standing over the pool, another, more shadowy, Sylvia watching her, dropping in the food for them, or perhaps dropping in her silent thoughts; she also thinking, breathing,

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