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He liked best to sit beside her on the river-bank and listen to her telling tales and inventing stories. Her favourite time was when his parents were working in Lord Hugh's fields and he could take her to the farm and show her the cow and the calf, the pig, the linen chest, the pewter and the big wooden bed with the thick old curtains. Alys would smile then, her dark eyes as warm as a stroked cat. 'Soon we'll be together,' Tom would murmur. 'Here,' Alys said. 'I will love you every day of my life,' Tom would promise.

Most days they had a thin gruel for breakfast and then fasted all day until nightfall when they had broth and bread and perhaps a slice of cheese or meat. Alys could remember the taste of lightly stewed carp from the abbey ponds. The fast days when they ate salmon and trout or sea fish brought specially for them from the coast.

Liza's my wife,' he said simply. ' Alys flinched as if someone had pinched her. 'I didn't know,' she said. ' Tom shrugged. ' he trailed off and let the silence hang. ' he asked. Alys looked away, gripping the beads in her pocket so tight that they hurt her fingers. 'I never thought of you married,' she said. ' Tom shrugged. 'You've changed,' he said. 'You're taller, I reckon, and plumper. But your eyes are the same. ' Alys nodded, pulling the shawl over her shaven head a little tighter. ' Tom said, as if he were bidding it farewell.

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