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Ilwe > Need something ?
I stood up with a smile and circled the desk to join her. Taking her hand, I pulled her gently to me and kissed her while wrapping my arms around her waists. She welcomed me into her arms and returned the kiss. Then with a smile and a lingering hold of my hand she walked to the door. I opened a drawer and placed the note in it before following Helin, there was no need for her to know about this. She spared me a look, slowing her pace so I could catch up and I trotted to her, leaving my questions behind.
I looked at the door as I heard someone knocking and smiled at Helin while she came in again, this time carrying a tray holding a few bowls in which I knew she had put some of my favorites dishes.
Helin> Well you seem to be working on that paper late, so i though some supper might be welcome and I might entice you away sooner ? It’s not healthy to brood over things like that you know.
She sat on the desk and put down the tray, still talking, and pushed inauspiciously the bottle of ink as she was reminding me that I shouldn’t push my body too much, that I was still recovering after all and I should take a break. I looked at the bottle falling and then at the ink running on the pages I just finished to write. Helin let out a faint shriek and tried frantically to sponge the ink, using her robe to absorb it. I looked at the scene a moment, like hypnotized by the ink still flowing out of the open bottle and only reacted when Helin began to speak.
Helin > Eeeek ! No ! stop.. aggh.. There it’s not so bad, well as disasters go. Maybe I can redo it or magic it clean again?
I took the bottle, plugged it and helped Helin to stand up
Ilwe > It’s fine, really, it wasn’t that much important.
I picked the letter along with the piece of paper and threw them in the fireplace. Helin stepped in by reflex to take them off the fire but I stopped her and stroke her hair.
Helin > No Ilwe I could fix it I’m sure.
I bended and kissed her, taking her in my arms. She almost immediately calmed down.
Ilwe > More importantly, you ruined your favorite robe Helin.
She looked at me a last time before leaving. As she closed the door, I turned to the fire. From the paper and the letter there were nothing left more than some ashes. I shrugged and picked the bowls, placing them back on the tray. Without even slowing my pace or hesitating, I left the room to join Helin.
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