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saying that real love is so much the most beautiful thing in the world that it must be found at whatever cost. Which is right?'
Sylvia was silent; and then pointing with her foot at a saxifrage in the wall, said, `Isn't that pretty?'
`Yes. I wish they didn't lose their colour. They all do.'
`If I'd been married when we first met, wouldn't you have asked me to come away with you?'
Reginald looked at her for a long time, and then shook his head.
`Why not?'
`It simply wouldn't have occurred to me, Sylvia..'
`I would have come.'
`Would you leave me now, if you loved somebody else?'
`I couldn't love anybody else -now, darling. How could I?'
Reginald laughed at her lovingly and said, `Sweetheart, you make it all very difficult. I never know how you managed to love me, and I never know why you don't get tired of me. You were like something out of a fairy-story to me when I first saw you. You are still. I hardly dared to ask you even as it was. If you had been married, I should have known that your husband adored you, and I should have supposed that in some magic way you loved him. How could I have dared to push myself in between you?'
Sylvia put her hand in his and said, `I'm glad I wasn't married. I'm glad I didn't make a mistake before I saw
vou.,
'That's the trouble, you see. What is one to do about the people who make mistakes? And if they make it the first time, mightn't they make it the second time? That's really the case for tying you up so tightly in marriage

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