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was going; something resigned, already of the grave. I window was wide open, covered by mosquito-nettin and a tiny line of sunlight, slanting through across the foot of the cot, crept slowly backwards over the shee, and the boy's body, shortening as it crept. In the grey, whiteness of the walls, the bed, the boy's face, just the pale yellow bar of sunlight, and one splash of red and blue from a little flag on the wall glowed out. At the cooler hour, the ward behind the screens was almost empty, and few sounds broke the stillness; but from with out came that intermittent rustle of dry palm-leaves Pierson waited in silence, watching the sun sink. If the boy might pass like this, it would be God's mercy. Then he saw the boy's eyes open, wonderfully clear eyes of the lighted grey which has dark rims; his lips moved, and Pierson bent down to hear.
`I'm goin' West, zurr.' The whisper had a little sofa burr; the lips quivered; a pucker as of a child formed on his face, and passed.
Through Pierson's mind there flashed the thought: `Oh God! Let me be some help to him!'
`To God, my dear son!' he said.
A flicker of humour, of ironic question, passed over the boy's lips.
Terribly moved, Pierson knelt down, and began softly fervently praying. His whispering mingled with the rush of the palm-leaves, while the bar of sunlight crept up the body. In the boy's smile had been the whole of stoic do, of stoic acquit-cence. It had met him with an unconscius challenge; had seemed to know so much. Pierson to his hand, which lay outside the sheet. The boy's lips moved as though in thanks; he drew a long feeble breath, as to suck in the thread of sunlight; and his eyes closed Pierson bent over the hand. When he looked up the boy was dead. He kissed his forehead and went quietly

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