Green willow and other Japanese fairy tales . xxxvn KARMA up with the maiden. Child, he said verygently, since we tread the same lonely road letus be fellow-travellers, for now the twilight passesand it will soon be dark. The pretty maiden turned to him with brighteyes and smiling lips. Sir, she said, my mistress will be gladindeed. Your mistress ? said Tatewaki. Why, sir, of a surety she will be glad becauseyou are come. Because I am come ? Indeed, and indeed the time has been long,said the serving-maid ; but now she will think nomore of that. Will she not ? said Tatewaki. And on hewent by th

Green willow and other Japanese fairy tales . xxxvn KARMA up with the maiden. Child, he said verygently, since we tread the same lonely road letus be fellow-travellers, for now the twilight passesand it will soon be dark. The pretty maiden turned to him with brighteyes and smiling lips. Sir, she said, my mistress will be gladindeed. Your mistress ? said Tatewaki. Why, sir, of a surety she will be glad becauseyou are come. Because I am come ? Indeed, and indeed the time has been long,said the serving-maid ; but now she will think nomore of that. Will she not ? said Tatewaki. And on hewent by th Stock Photo
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Green willow and other Japanese fairy tales . xxxvn KARMA up with the maiden. Child, he said verygently, since we tread the same lonely road letus be fellow-travellers, for now the twilight passesand it will soon be dark. The pretty maiden turned to him with brighteyes and smiling lips. Sir, she said, my mistress will be gladindeed. Your mistress ? said Tatewaki. Why, sir, of a surety she will be glad becauseyou are come. Because I am come ? Indeed, and indeed the time has been long, said the serving-maid ; but now she will think nomore of that. Will she not ? said Tatewaki. And on hewent by the maidens side, walking as one in adream. Presently the two of them came to a littlehouse, not far from the roadside. Before thehouse was a small fair garden, with a streamrunning through it and a stone bridge. About thehouse and the garden there was a bamboo fence, and in the fence a wicket-gate. Here dwells my mistress, said the serving-maid. And they went into the garden throughthe wicket-gate. Now Tatewaki came to the threshold of thehous

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