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WHITE HORSES
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By MAZO DE LA BOCHE [
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In the afternoon her father took her
to see the house where she had been
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predecessor.
on the wav back to the cottage Bose
aslce( j. '
"Are you enjoying it?"
"Oh, yes. But I wish Martin weren't
shy. He can scarcely bear to speak
me."
"Hell get over that."
Tha fc evening Judim asked if she
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morning. She saw the flush creep over
Martins tanned face as his father
agreed.
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"He does not want me. But I will
come. I will make him want me."
,®ot It v&s she who wanted to be with
him. Now she could not get him out of
her mind or the image of him out of
her eyes. She wanted to leam all about
the handling of the sails, the setting of
the nets.
Every day Judith longed more and
more to know what sort of man Martin
was. Sometimes she longed to go back
-
to London and at others dreaded it.
She had never felt such physical well
being in her life, as she now felt. She
spoke of this one evening to Martin
when the sails shone red in the sun
set and he lounged, his eyes moving
lovingly across the sea but never on
her
Tm feeling so well! she said. 'This
life has made a new girl of me.
"I iLsed to be so restless and dissat
i .Hf 60 10 be so re tiess and ats. at
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„ „„Ariprf.n PnrYlVq »n« «iS, »nrf
wonderful. Parties and visits and
entertainments and I was always dis
aDDOlnted."
He gave a little grunt of faint sur
gave a UtUe gruni 01 laml sur
"I didn't know what to expect when
I came to Cornwall."
"Hadn't your father ever talked to
you about It?"
"Hundreds of times. But no amount
of talk can make you see a place as It
is. Has my talk of London made you
see h?"
"Not verv clear"
"Do you want io see London?"
-M 0 "
"1 suoDose vou will be Quite glad
when I P anf gone back there "There
wm a fahrt qSr toheT voice
T don't mind, one way or t'other."
She looked at him astonished,
"Martini What an unkind thing to
Martin, wnat an unKina tnmg to
say!"
"Well," he answered in a low voice,
"it wouldn't do for me to like you too
well, would it?"
A »»ence, fell between them. They
aV S!f®S, t v,„ h*--*
Edwin Bose, standing on the beach,
could see the sail of Martin's boat, as
no larger than a hovering red but
terfly. He smiled to think that the boy
and girl were becoming friendly. "It
is good for Judith," he thought, "to
have this experience Of a different life
Perhaps it will make her a bit critical
g™* o^hose anaemic London
In himself he felt peace. His nerves
were rested, his mind refreshed. The
germ of a new play was teasing his
imagination. He lay on the cliff, mak
ing order out of his ideas that pushed
for dominance. His thoughts, like the
native gulls had crane back to their
own place. Now he would write a play
to equal hls first success. He began
to feel the urge to return to hls study
in London. ...
When he spoke of this to Judith she j
did hot attempt to hide her dismay.
"But I'm not ready to go! I'm hap
pier than I've ever been before."
She looked it, he thought, with that
rosy tan on her cheeks, her yellow hair I
crinkling in the sea air. j
Well, said Bose. "I'll give you a week
more." i
• • • j
At the end of the week she begged
Bose to return to London without her.
She wanted to stay in Cornwall far an
other month, she said.
"I hope you're not gone on young
Martin, he almost roughly.
'T Just like him. He's a nice boy to
play about with."
"I won't have you hurting his feel
ings."
"He's more likely to be hurting mine,"
answered Judith.
Now he spoke sharply. "What do you
mean by that. Judith?"
She put both arms around his neck,
"Nothing Daddy, except that I do
want to finish this holiday in peace I
may never have anything like it again."
"Well, I am not going to leave you
here, but we'll stay a week longer. Then
I must get back." He added, with the
confidential air he once in a great while
used to Judith about his work, "1 have
a new play In mind, a grand one."
-oh. I'm so glad!" she exclaimed,
her arms still round his neck. She pat
ted his back, keeping her face hidden
on hJs shou lder.
He beamed at her. She was like she
had been she became sophist!
cat/ec i gh e was his own little girl and
he would give her this last week even
though he himself longed to go back to
hls work. But he determined to keep an ,
p,,p nn hpr and vnnny Kfartin
What he saw was that they were to
gether whenever it was possible but
their faces told him nothlngTrhey had i
plenty of time for talk in the fishing 1
uoat under the spread of the red sail,
At the end of the week she begged
Bose for Just a few days more. He ;
agreed, but said: ;
"I don't know what there is between
you and RlartIn but if you were am
pertng with his feelmgs I shall wish I
had never brought you to Cornwall." j
She laughed teaslngly. "But you could
write a play about us. I can give you |
lovely material for a play."
"I don't need any collaboration from
you. my girl." he answered, rather ,
stiffly, for he rented the slightest ;
flippancy about hls art He resented
It all the more as she had, in truth,
suggegt£fd hls new play to hlni b y her j
unexpected reactions to the primitive
life. He strained to return to London
and the accustomed serenity of his
study. Hls nerves felt renewed after
the long weeks by the sea.
The day before they were to leave
there was a high sea, a gale from mid
Atlantic. The great breakers thun
dered on the beach, grinding the worn
stones together, with a deep, crunching
sound, flinging back their white manes
n™
ohm Ta,
* d cries, on itoe waxes
with c^Iin breasts. Bose stood by trie
window absorbing the scene, filling his j
mind with it. . .J
"After this." he thought. 'T shall
come here every year. A part of me .
will remain here/' ,
The door opened arid little Tom came ;
rushing in on the blast. His strength
was not enough to c ose the door Bose ;
put his shoulder to it and It slammed.,
_'" F »®5 8S a s *»P In 1
Tom. The lifeboat s wanted. Our Mart s ;
hls way!" I
Martin came In, ran up to hls room
sand down again. Hls mother clung to
him for one brief embrace. On the wall
hung the crayon portrait of his broth
r lost' at sea.
"Where is Judith?" asked Bose.
"On the beach," answered Martin. :
and ran out over the cobbles. Tom ran j
after him. !
A driving rain began to spatter the
pane. Mary raked the coals and put
the kettle on. "What a girl!" she said.
'She'll be soaked through."
"She'll be here direct»,*' said Bose.
"She must have a hot drink." He
thought, what if Judith got a chill and 1
prevented their leaving tomorrow He
paced the floor. There was no use in
trying to see through the Dane
He was subject to bronchitis and
dreaded exposing
and rain. But the moment came when
he could endure waiting no longer He
pulled on his mackintosh and can aSd
went out to face the gale V
xhe wind ranohf hi. r™,
hls mouth as he^tumbled over^tl^wret
cobbles. The beating rain had
himself to the w r lnd
on an early twilight. The steep street
was deserted, but on the shore he found
a group of village people staring out to
sea where the lifeboat had disappeared.
They were all fishermen, but Judith
who stood with hair blown back and
lace set. like a fine Norse figurehead
of a ship.
Bose went to ncr and threw her rain
0031 about her shoulders.
"I brought you this." he shouted.
She saw by his mouth that he was
speaking. She pushed the raincoat irn
patiently irom her intimating by a
gesture that she w as already too wet
for it to be of use. Bose felt angry with
her for so exposing herself. The wuid
WiLS very cold. He had a sense of disas
be stood with the huddled group
staring out to sea. Memories of shlp
wrecks in his boyhood came back to
bun. The scene became desolate, tragic
grim. He wondered how even a
lifeboat could live in that sea. What if
young Martin were drowned! He pi
bLs arm round Judith and held h
close
A breaker towering above the others
arched Us crest, white foam flying be
hind it, Judith smiled suddenly into her
fathers' face.
Ut
or
with her lips. Bose wondered how she
could smile. He felt that she did not
realize the nearness of tragedy.
He turned to an old man beside him
and shouted:
What sort of ship is It?"
"A yacht, sir. We think there's not
more than five aboard."
Tlie souall lessened. A shaft of pale
light fell across the sea. Through it
they saw the lifeboat returning, now
poised on the top of a wave, now al
most hidden behind the green wall of
the next. A cheer went up from the
shore and an answering one was heard
from the lifeboat.
The rain was ceasing. The brightness
in the sky returning color to the dim
med scene. Now they could be heard
without shouting.
"They've got 'em, sure enough!" ex
claimed the old man. "Three of 'em!"
Another cheer went up. Judith's girl
voice rase among the men's.
"Grand, isn't it?" asked Base, p
Ing her close, but she disengaged
self and before he could stop her had
run out into the sea to meet the life
boat.
ress
her
Young men were with her, splash
ing through a long, flat, receding wave,
then being all but swamped by the
slaught of a fresh one. But they strug
gled on, their bodies bent in primitive
pastures, fighting their way through
the surf to the lifeboat,
A rope was thrown to them from Its
bow. Base was proud to see that it was
Judith's slender hands which first
grasped it. Then they came struggling
back to the shore, stumbling over the
rolling stones, one of them falling
scrambling up again, now the oars be
g shipped the lifeboat rushing with
indlng keel to safety.
Men hurried forward to give help to
the three survivors of the wreck. Two
could walk, but the third had to be
carried. One had been washed over
board.
Judith, Bose, Martin and little Tom
made their way up the steep path. A
clear pale light gave an air of new
tranquility to the scene, a sunset gleam
touched the small-paned windows of
the cottage. They had made the ascent
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Martin g^e him a strange, shy smile.
He looked at Judith's face without an
swerlng.
"It was a grand flourish to end her
last day with," said Bose.
Stil Martin did not answer. But Ju
dith whpplpd aiiddpnlv and fnppH hpe
on
and
in
cr
'Other.
But it isn t my last day. I'm
to stay here," she said, clasping
1his h^d ln hers^The knuckles showed
white on their cold briny hands. Im
going to stay here and be Martin's
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.. v ™ OU , are retu med Bose angrily,
°u arc not going to do any such
i,Vh mV' coming
home with me tomorrow.
JJo, father, Im going to stay here."
don t know what you're saying.
you imagine you could be happy m
th ls life you re sadly mistaken. You've
»f p n today what spring can be like.
Can you tmaglne the gales of winter
|n^ a; f^herman^i cottage rith tonp
^ al ^ and m Wirtin
to Martin. Im sorry, Martin. I cant
»»ow.lt. It would mean misery for you
u°th.
Do ^i, , 1 SOI T 5 i - usln '
®jvered Martin. Judith and I are mar
rifd and I don t think were going to
miserable. I think she s happier
than she s ever been before."
"Married." shouted Bose. "Do you
say married?"
"Yes," exclaimed Judith, "two days
SS
an
The door of the eottace was thrown
onenandMarv^amcout she tS
her a™" ab£m heTboyZacharvwas
following them from Moir bÄtSSS
10 hlm with » gesture of despair.
"These two are married, Zachary!
WTiat are we to do?**
"Nowt but leave 'em be " answered
Zacharv "Thev'll eet alomr fine T
"Judith " said Bose "you have done
very reckless thing. I hope you'll
not suf f er for u 0r Martin, either."
j u dlth put her hands to her face
press ing back the wet locks. Her hair,
usua ji y upstanding in curls, clung wet
and lank to her head. Her face shone
from sea water Her drenched clothes
clung to her body. Bose felt that he
scarcely knew hls child. She said,
standing close to Martin:
"You must write a happy ending to
that play, daddy. The lovers in each
others arms. Martin and I have given
you the material."
" Just for the first act," retumed
Bose. "111 come back to see
years, and then you shall __
the real ending is."
The freedom of a man consists in
large measure in hls freedom to speak
the truth as he sees it.
ago
« you in two
tell me what
THE END

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