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Munson Aldrich Havens

Old Valentines / A Love Story

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    "Why didn't you say we could have two words?
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    Would you please to slip these glasses
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    I never saw him aga
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    I should have been as angry as you were
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    "I want you with me, John. I need you," said Phyllis.
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    "I am prepared to believe anything of he
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    Nonsense! You had little or no trouble—" began Dr. Thorpe.
    "You are mistaken
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    Tell me his last name,
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    should think you would love them,"
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    you have no idea how I love my old valentines
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    sk you to send nothing else?
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    was learning to love him.
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    She was very good to me, too.
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    We are going together wherever we g
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    eed I tell you I love you more than life!
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    Two things I didn't like in one sentence
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    That reminds me of the second thing you said I didn't like. You should not have said—'Wherever you go,' but 'Wherever we go'
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    we will go to lunch now
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    cannot breathe in this room—in this house
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    pleaded.
    "I can't," said John. "You know that I can't."
    "Ah, but you must, John, for my sake; for my sake."
    She linked her hands closely about his arm and turned to her uncle. John, facing the door, moved slowly toward it, trying gently to disengage her hands, and forcing her to walk a step or two backward as she spoke.
    "I must ask you to apologize to Mr. Landless, Uncle Peter," she said earnestly. "Whatever fault there has been, if there has been any, is mine. I have often spoken to you of meeting Mr.—of meeting John at Saint Ruth's. But I see now you didn't realize how often I went there, nor that I was with him so many of the times. I should have told you, Uncle Peter; the fault was mine, not John's. I am sorry, Uncle Peter, and I ask you to forgive m
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