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stream and the hubbub melted into the train, and yet came pouring on. And still she waited motionless, with an awful fear. How could he ever find her, or she him? Then she saw that others of those waiting had found their men. And the longing to rush up and down the platform almost overcame her; but still she waited. And suddenly she saw him with two other officer boys, close to the carriages, coming slowly down towards her. She stood with her eyes fixed on his face; they passed, and she nearly cried out. Then he turned, broke away from the other two, and came straight to her. He had seen her before she had seen him. He was very flushed, had a little fixed frown between his blue eyes and a set jaw. They stood looking at each other, their hands hard-gripped; all the emotion of last night welling up within them, so that to speak would have been to break down. The milk-cans formed a kind of shelter, and they stood so close together that none could see their faces. Noel was the first to master her power of speech; her words came out, dainty as ever, through trembling lips : `Write to me as much as ever you can, Cyril. I'm going to be a nurse at once. And the first leave you get, I shall come to you-don't forget.'
`Forget! Move a little back, darling; they can't see us here. Kiss me!' She moved back, thrust her face forward so that he need not stoop, and put her lips up to his. Then, feeling that she might swoon and fall over among the cans, she withdrew her mouth, leaving her forehead against his lips. He murmured: `Was it all right when you got in last night?'
`Yes; I said good-bye for you.'
'Oh! Noel-I've been afraid-I oughtn't-I oughtn't. ..'
`Yes, yes; nothing can take you from me now.'
`You have got pluck. More than I.'
A long whistle sounded. Morland grasped her hands convulsively.

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