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The Way West (1955)

know. I got a feeling it ain't right. It ain't right, but vou said nobody knows. Her hand laid back the curl trom his forehead.
Ground under her, and hands seeking, older, wiser, clear hands; and the music and the dance calls fading in the roar of blood and stars misty with the heat of breath, and pain in her like a blade and pain and pain and eager pain, and the music lost and the sky lost and all lost but this but this but this. The stars wheeled back and burst and lit the sky with trailing fire.
Afterwards she wanted nothing but to cry, nothing but to lie and cry while the night and the music and the voices came again. She felt his hand on her, urging her to sit up.
" I'm sorry, Mercy." There was such a misery in his voice that the weight of it bowed her over. "A man's a fool."
" Don't you be sorry," she whispered. "It makes it worse if I know you're sorry."
" You're a dear girl."
She bent her head against him, wanting gentleness, wanting comfort. "I knowed it wasn't right."
" I'm to blame."
" It's bold to say, but it was liking for you done it."
His arm tightened on her, but he answered, "It can't be love, Mercy. Don't you see, it mustn't be love?"
" I know."
She sat for what seemed a long time leaning against him, circling the question that lay fearsome ahead. Her voice was small with fear when she asked it. "Will anything come of it, Mr. Mack?"
He answered quick. "I don't think so. I'm sure it won't."

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