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Chapter 2 - (VERSO)

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glimmering far down in her eyes. The egg pedlar went away and vowed he’d never seen the Old Lady so spry as she was this spring; she seemed real interested in the young folks’ doings.

The Old Lady kept her secret and grew young in it. She walked back to the mayflower hill as long as the mayflowers lasted; and she always hid in the spruces to see Sylvia Gray go by. Every day she loved her more, and yearned after her more deeply. All the long repressed tenderness of her nature overflowed to this girl who was unconscious of it. She was proud of Sylvia’s grace and beauty, and sweetness of voice and


From "Old Lady Lloyd."


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