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CHAPTER NINE

oh, well, of course I will.... But then if I weren't just the tiniest bit in love with Lena - no, not in love. In what, then? He walked on through Beevors Wood, wondering....
`Hallo, darling, I came to meet you.'
She wore a pale-gold jumper and a tobacco-brown skirt; was bareheaded; she was golden-yellow and brown, a wood-nymph, not clothed in this or that fashion, not clothed at all, but herself; this was how she was born you would have said, and lived immortally. This was how she had come drifting through the woods a thousand years ago....
Lena! How ridiculous !
Reginald took a deep breath and called out, `Stay there !'
She waited, a little smile on her lips, as if it did not matter whether she stayed or moved, now or for ever. He came closer and stood looking at her.
`You did marry me, didn't you?' he said at last.
She nodded.
`You do belong to me, absolutely and always? You're mine, aren't you?'
She nodded again, shyly.
`It's incredible, incredible. Has anybody ever told you that you're the most utterly lovely thing that has ever been created?'
`Only you, darling.'
`Do I tell you often enough? Do I tell you day and night, day after day and night after night?'
Her little shining head went quickly from side to side, as if to make sure that they were alone.
`Do you like my telling you?'
She nodded again, quickly, up and down, up and down.

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