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Clyde Merriel, poet, -writer and
wanderer, sat completing a travel ar
ticle one week later, when some one
entered the room.
It ,was Anita. She was pale hut
lovely as ever. Hei-Teyes bore a wear
ied expression, but intheir depths
was (he returning light of courage.
"I have been ill," she faltered. "I
am better now and I have come at
last fo thank you."
ITe could read what had-transpired
In her expressive face. He could "hope
THE GOING OUT AND THE
ih' the light of tender gratitude she
tried to tell him of.
"The day I left you," he said stead
ily, "I had but one wish that you
would think of me when I was
"Every moment!" she fluttered,
and whispermgly, "Oh!" and there
she drooped her head, but not until
'the unspoken promise- of the past
was clearly emphasized as a living
token of the present.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
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