“If you seek me you will find me, and the door I opened will remain open to you, whatever may happen!”
With these words Hur turned his back upon Miriam and the warrior.
Neither knew what had befallen them, but he who during the long ride beset by many a peril had yearned with ardent anticipations for the hour which was to once more unite him to the object of his love, gazed on the ground full of bewilderment and profound anxiety, while Miriam who, at his approach, had been ready to bestow upon him the highest, sweetest gifts with which a loving woman rewards fidelity and love, had sunk to the earth before the ominous pile of stones close beside the tree and pressed her forehead against its gnarled, hollow trunk.
ETEXT EDITOR’S BOOKMARKS:
Brief “eternity” of national covenants
Choose between too great or too small a recompense
Regard the utterances and mandates of age as wisdom
There is no ‘never,’ no surely
Voice of the senses, which drew them together, will soon be mute
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