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CHAPTER XX - Marriage by Quetzalcoatl

again in her, and feel strong. Meanwhile she only felt weak, weak, weak, weak as the dying. She felt that afternoon of bloodshed had blown all their souls into the twilight of death, for the time. But they would come back. They would come back. Nothing to do but to submit, and wait. Wait, with a soul almost dead, and hands and heart of uttermost inert heaviness, indifference.
Ramon had lost much blood. And she, too, in other ways, had been drained of the blood of the body. She felt bloodless and powerless.
But wait, wait, wait, the new blood would come.
One day Cipriano came. She was rocking in her salon, in a cotton housedress, and her face red and rather swollen. She saw him, in uniform, pass by the window. He stood in the doorway on the terrace, a dark, grave, small, handsome man.
`Do come in,' she said with effort.
Her eyelids felt burnt. He looked at her with his full black eyes, that always had in them so many things she did not understand. She felt she could not look back at him.
`Have you chased all your rebels?' she said.
`For the present,' he replied.
He seemed to be watching, watching for something.
`And you didn't get hurt?'
`No, I didn't get hurt.'
She looked away out of the door, having nothing to say in the world.
`I went to Jamiltepec yesterday evening,' he said.
`How is Don Ramon?'
`Yes, he is better.'
`Quite better?'
`No. Not quite better. But he walks a little.'
`Wonderful how people heal.'
`Yes. We die very easily. But we also come quickly back to life.'
`And you? Did you fight the rebels, or didn't they want to fight?'
'Yes, they wanted to. We fought once or twice; not very much.'
`Men killed?'

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