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CHAPTER TEN

'Then they played that tune, and it was as if we both came to life again. I felt I knew him suddenly and it was all right. He was different; I was different; we had met at last. Can you fall in love like that? Not really, I suppose. Just sentiment.
`Or perhaps ... I don't know.. .
`Of course I thought I should see him in the morning. I wondered what we should say to each other. You see, we hadn't said anything. Just looked at each other, and I had been in his arms for a second ... for an eternity. That's silly, of course. I know. The whole thing was silly.
`I said at dinner not to do things because other people did them. Girls used to wait in those days, didn't they? Doing nothing, just waiting. So I did nothing. Just waited for him to come back, to write to me. And he didn't.
`Then I thought I had imagined it all.'
She was silent again. Then very gently she began to croon that ridiculous tune to herself. Silly sentimental stuff, thought Reginald, and yet -He could just see the glimmer of her face, he could imagine her eighteen again, waiting so eagerly for something to happen, all the romance in her, all that she had read and thought and imagined in that alien country stirred suddenly in to life. Would she have stayed happy with him? Not this one, the settled, comfortable one, but the one that might have been?
`I don't see what you could have done.,' he said prosaically.
She broke off her crooning to say. `Written to Mr. West. Easy,' and picked up the tune again.
`Did it - did it make much difference to you
She stopped her music, laughed and said, `Oh, don't

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