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i " 'Paula, let me in a minute,' said
"I rushed to the door, 'Have you
any camphor?' she asked. 'My tooth
is aching frightfully.'
"Ruth turned around as I gave her
the camphor and said, 'I say, Paula,
do you mind my sleeping with you
tonight? Your room seems so much
warmer than mine.'
" 'Done, Ruth, m be glad, so glad,
to have you with me,' I said and then
long after, although I knew she was
still awake, I wept as I had not wept
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