Voices on the Wind Open Theme
HE DANCED WELL by Beate Sigriddaughter He told her how she was his destiny, had been so since, oh, before the beginning of time. He told his next wife how she was meaningless to him, which this next wife in turn apologetically reported back in a moment of fierce ache, but not until after she too had been replaced by an even younger woman. Emily, quite happy by then, found it hard to sort out which was more hurtful, to have been meaningless or to hear it reported to her. Presumably he tells his youngest wife enchanting stories now. He always danced well and probably still does.