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The Way West (1955)

She wouldn't lead him on. She wouldn't help his tongue to tell. She didn't want him, and, even if she did, she had no right. She had no right-and fear marched in her again. She had held it in, underneath thought, and it had risen, heavy and terrible, and she wanted to run wild into the hiding wildness or to cry out and fall weeping and give herself to earth.
" I'm nigh eighteen, Mercy."
" I best go."
" Pa got hisself married younger'n me."
She kept silent, drawing fear in, putting it quiet in its secret place.
" I reckon you know what I'm set to say."
Now that the thing was out, he turned to her, and face and eyes and all of him were honest and humble with his wanting. "If'n I could just feel you felt the same as I do, there wouldn't nothin' hamper me, in Oregon or wherever."
She ought to say no to him, no, Brownie, don't talk that way, but the face was too much for her, and tears washed in her eyes. "I ain't ready to think about it, Brownie. I can't think about it. I do' know as I feel the same, but I thank you all the same."
She couldn't keep from crying. The crying started
deep in her and wrenched up and broke out, and she put her hands to her face and felt his arm go across her shoulder.
" Why, it's naught to take on over, Mercy. Don't have to cry on account of I want to marry you." The hand lay gentle on her back. He held quiet, as if he knew she had to cry though the why of it was lost to him.
She wiped her eyes later, leaning over so as to use

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