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from one hand awaken rapture, and a touch from another awaken nothing? He knelt down and pressed his lips to her foot. Her eyes grew very bright; but she got up and ran on-she had not expected him to kiss her foot. She heard him hurrying after her, and stopped, leaning against a birch-trunk. He rushed to her, and, without a word spoken, his lips were on her lips. The moment in life, which no words can render, had come for them. They had found their enchanted spot, and they moved no further, but sat with their arms round each other, while the happy Being of the wood watched. A marvellous speeder-up of Love is War. What might have taken six months, was thus accomplished in three weeks.
A short hour passed, then Noel said: `I must tell Daddy, CyriL I meant to tell him something this morning, only I thought I'd better wait, in case you didn't.'
Morland answered: `Oh, Noel!' It was the staple of his conversation while they sat there.
Again a short hour passed, and Morland said: `I shall go off my chump if we're not married before I go out.'
`How long does it take?'
`No time, if we hurry up. I've got six days before I rejoin, and perhaps the Chief will give me another week, if I tell him.'
`Poor Daddyl Kiss me again; a long one.'
When the long one was over, she said: `Then I can come and be near you till you go out? Oh, Cyril!'
`Oh, Noel!'
`Perhaps you won't go so soon. Don't go if you can help it!'
'Not if I can help it, darling; but I shan't be able.'
`No, of course not; I know.'
Young Morland clutched his hair. `Everyone's in the same boat, but it can't last for ever; and now we're engaged we can be together all the time till I've got the licence or whatever it is. And then ...!'

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