Chapter 9 - (VERSO)
the garden and then the house. Sara danced through every room, and then up to her own, holding fast to her father’s hand.
“Oh, it’s lovely to see my little room again, daddy. I’m sure all my old hopes and dreams are waiting here for me.”
She ran to the window and threw it open, leaning out.
“Daddy, there’s no view in the world so beautiful as that curve of sea between the headlands. I’ve looked at magnificent scenery—and then I’d shut my eyes and conjure up that picture. Oh, listen to the wind keening in the trees! How I’ve
From "Old Man Shaw's Girl."