Mamselle Day, Mamselle Day, come back again! Slip your clothes off!—the jingling of those little shell ornaments so deftly fastened—! The streets are turning in their covers. They smile with shut eyes. I have been twice to the moon since supper but she has nothing to tell me. Mamselle come back! I will be wiser this time.
The Key to Grief (1897) by Robert William Chambers is an absolutely beautiful short story. You can read it in … Continue Reading The Key to Grief by Robert W. Chambers