The Storm Part 2
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He looked down into her eyes and there was nothing for him to do but to gather her lips in a kiss
The growl of the thunder was distant and passing away. Calixta, on the gallery, watched Alce ride away. He turned and smiled at her with a beaming face; and she lifted her pretty chin in the air and laughed aloud.
Bobint and Bibi, trudging home, stopped without at the cistern to make themselves presentable.
Oh, Bobint! You back! My! But I was uneasy. W'ere you been during the rain? An' Bibi? he ain't wet? he ain't hurt?
she gave him a smacking kiss on the cheek that resounded
I brought you some shrimps, Calixta
Alce Laballire wrote to his wife, Clarisse, that night. It was a loving letter, full of tender solicitude. He told her not to hurry back, but if she and the babies liked it at Biloxi, to stay a month longer. He was getting on nicely; and though he missed them, he was willing to bear the separation a while longerrealizing that their health and pleasure were the first things to be considered.
So the storm passed and every one was happy.
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