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Soothly, dear lady," she answered quietly, "I can not say. Thoughts are roving things. One scarce can ter. " Guenever pouted. "I am sure thou must know," she began coaxingly; then with a sudden flash of anger, "I command! " 45 f ®@gixl ssjianiEs Dieudonnee looked up at the queen's petulant face with a glint of mockery in her eyes. " Guenever looked puzzled. " She stretched out yearningly her white arms towards the lattice. " she scarcely breathed. Dieudonnee looked at her gravely. The queen was beautiful indeed, as she stood before the open window, her tall figure outlined against the summer sky beyond.
She cried, somewhat breathlessly; and crossed herself. " "The priests say not," said Dieudonnee. "The priests say sooth," said Guenever, and even as she spoke her eyes turned yearningly towards the lat- — tice. "The Dieudonnee bitterly. "A have been quite right. " repeated priest cursed me. " She paused abruptly, having spoken rather to herBut Guenever had not heard. self than to the queen. 47 f ri^^^i FT! She cast the was lattice wide, r^TisiKiirrrEi and leaned far out. Her head uplifted, her eyes desirous, her lips parted in a smile.
I think on how the Black Art made fools of king and court," answered Merlin calmly. " The sunset glow had faded and the mists were rising as the damosel and her attendants reached at length the high road. As they passed the rose-bower near the gateway, the mute turned and looked toward it. The others did not see the movement, for he rode last. There among the roses, dim in the dim light, clad in gray, the color of the mists that rose about her, stood Dieudonnee de Cameliard, the queen's waiting-woman.
A lady of King Arthur's court : being a romance of the Holy Grail by Sara Hawks Sterling