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She winced as if he had slapped her. "Oh, I know it isn't easy," he assured her quickly. Then he hesitated. But not for long. The trouble was, his imagination had been working. He ought to have known that if a thing can be vividly imagined, it can be done. It probably will be done. He sat down and leaned forward earnestly. " "Good. Now let's take it for granted, shall we, that you are grateful and stop repeating that? It's a terrible bore for both of us. And I do not enjoy seeing you cry, you know.
He had his niche of usefulness. He liked his work and liked his life. He had a feeling that it was soon over. If another ten or twenty years went by softly in the same pattern it would not seem long. He wasn't an aggressive or an ambition-pressured man. Four weeks after his fifty-fifth birthday, Mr. Gibson went to a funeral. There he met a young woman named Rosemary James. It was old Professor James who had given up the ghost. The college rallied to its own. He had been retired for some eight years, had fallen, indeed, into irascible irrationality.
She said with sudden, asperity. "You could say it if it is •so," he told her grinning. The air in the room lightened. Everything seemed gayer. " he asked her. "A hobby? Yes, I . . once or twice. I had a garden. For a while I . . " She looked dazed. "Let me confess, then. I am presently enchanted by the idea of making you well again. Of getting you up, Rosemary, and yourself, again. As a matter of fact, it is exactly as if to do so was a hobby of mine. Now then. " He settled back. " he said wistfully.
A Dram of Poison by Charlotte Armstrong