Isabelle: a way with animals.

This third one seems not to want to attract attention to himself. I dare say I have never seen this one before: the other two being nobles of some variety I may have met at least once in these years of my life, but my brain has no recollection of this man. I do very much like his way with animals: the way he bends over his horse, it suggests a gentleness and an intellectual man at that. This pleases me, but his determined nature to stay hidden seems foreign to me: I saw how he fliched at the trumpets.

Lorette presses me to make haste to my father, in order to prepare my speech to the suitors once they have all arrived in the evening. I do hope there is a vast range of characters, or I shall grow bored of uniform men of uniform mind.

The End

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