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  • The heated argument came to an abrupt end as a bus arrived.
    They got onto it.

    She took the window seat and turned to look at the moving landscape.
    He didn't disturb her. It was routine.

    In a minute he looked at the half of her face visible to him.
    Her flying tresses covered most of it.

    She looked settled to him and he smiled.
    He took her hand and she held it tight.

    She was looking out and a tear rolled out of her other eye.
    A small part of her heart was broken.

    Perhaps he will never know.
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