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CHAPTER XVII - Fourth Hymn and the Bishop

things, this is difficult, and requires all a man's strength and courage, for himself. If he breaks a trail alone, it is terrible. But if every hand pulls at him, to stay him in the human places; if the hands of love drag at his entrails and the hands of hate seize him by the hair, it becomes almost impossible.
This was how Ramon felt at the moment: - I am attempting the impossible. I had better either go and take my pleasure of life while it lasts, hopeless of the pleasure which is beyond all pleasures. Or else I had better go into the desert and take my way all alone, to the Star where at last I have my wholeness, holiness. The way of the anchorites and the men who went into the wilderness to pray. For surely my soul is craving for her consummation, and I am weary of the thing men call life. Living, I want to depart to where I am.
Yet, he said to himself, the woman that was with me in the Morning Star, how glad I should be of her! And the man that was with me there, what a delight his presence would be! Surely the Morning Star is a meeting-ground for us, for the joyl
Sitting side by side on the bench, Ramon and Kate forgot one another, she thinking back on the past, with the long disgust of it all, he thinking on into his future, and trying to revive his heavy spirits.
In the silence, Cipriano came out on to the balcony above, looking around. He almost started as he saw the two figures seated on the bench below, under the white oleander tree, miles apart, worlds apart, in their silence.
Ram6n heard the step, and glanced up.
`We are coming up!' he called, rising and looking round at Kate. `Shall we go upstairs? Will you drink something cool, tepache, or squeezed oranges? There is no ice.'
`I would like orange juice and water,' she said.
He called to his servant and gave the order.
Cipriano was in the white pantaloons and blouse, like Ramon. But his sash was scarlet, with black curves, something like the markings on a snake.
`I heard you come. I thought perhaps you had gone away again,' he said, looking at her with a certain black reproachfiilness : an odd, hesitating wistfulness of the barbarian, who feels himself at a loss. Then also a certain resentment.

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