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Dieudonnee paused by a tree just beyond, and stood looking at him a moment. There was absolute silence for a space; the stillness of a forest where no birds sing, and where no breeze is stirring. Then a twig snapped beneath Dieudonnee's foot. Merlin did not start, but he turned his head slowly towards her. She felt that he was looking at her, although she could not see his eyes. His cowl-like hood was pulled so far over his face that no features were visible. S3iiariiEi "Welcome, thou Dryad of the Birch-tree," said Merlin^s deep voice at length.
But I cannot carry all," she said, smiling down at — him. She paused an word with rapid twine some in my hair tion to the shall instant, then went on, suiting the ac- graceful fingers. —thus; and these 3* i "See! ji»: form a girdle for me. Ah, there are so many. Then on the instant, it seemed to him, she stood a dream lady, an enchantment, an embodied rose. '* golden hair. From her bosom their sweetness breathed, and they fell fragrantly adown the long lines of her gown. All the white blossoms she gathered into her blue samite scarf, and held them in her arms.
But to thee — His voice sank into sudden silence. Dieudonnee sat gazing at him steadily. very pale, but the smile of challenge still . She was on her lingered lips. " she repeated. — Merlin sighed. "I cannot tell ^yet. " "Ay, when my fate has chanced," she said. " Merlin was silent. Dieudonnee leaned forward, and with a quick movement flung back the cowl from his head, and exposed his face. He looked at her still unmoved. His silver hciir fell, a shaggy mass, about his pale face. His eyes, which now showed little color but the black, saw shapes and scenes not within the range of other mortals* ken.