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Oh, no. She just cut him up a little bit on the arms. Cornelia was not angry. ” “Cornelia is not a very steady woman,” said Pablo. ” “He will need them,” Pilon observed. “He was a bad man and never went to jail for it, and he never went to confession. When old Ruiz was dying the priest came to give him solace, and Ruiz confessed. Cornelia says the priest was white as buckskin when he came out of the sickroom. ” Pablo, with a cat-like stroke, killed a fly that landed on his knee. “Ruiz was always a liar,” he said.
That Pilon was beautiful, and his thoughts were unstained with selfishness and lust. And his thoughts are good to know. “Our Father is in the evening,” he thought. “These birds are flying across the forehead of the Father. Dear birds, dear sea gulls, how I love you all. Your slow wings stroke my heart as the hand of a gentle master strokes the full stomach of a sleeping dog, as the hand of Christ stroked the heads of little children. ” And then he said the loveliest words he knew, “Ave Marie, gratia plena—” The feet of the bad Pilon had stopped moving.
Down the rat-hole,” said Pablo. Two gallons is a great deal of wine, even for two paisanos. Spiritually the jugs may be graduated thus: Just below the shoulder of the first bottle, serious and concentrated conversation. Two inches farther down, sweetly sad memory. Three inches more, thoughts of old and satisfactory loves. An inch, thoughts of bitter loves. Bottom of the first jug, general and undirected sadness. Shoulder of the second jug, black, unholy despondency. Two fingers down, a song of death or longing.