1 We do not wonder at this new sin of ours.
2 It has been a day of wonder, this, our first day in the forest.
3 And now, sitting here in our tunnel, we wonder about these words.
4 This is our wonder and our secret fear, that we know and do not resist.
5 And we wonder how it came to pass that these secrets were lost to the world.
6 So it was true, and those Times had been, and all the wonders of those Times.
7 And the Golden One stepped back, and stood looking upon their hands in wonder.
8 I look upon the history of men, which I have learned from the books, and I wonder.
9 And a strange thought comes to us: we wonder, for the first time in our life, what we look like.
10 Yet as we stand at night in the great hall, removing our garments for sleep, we look upon our brothers and we wonder.
11 I wonder, for it is hard for me to conceive how men who knew the word "I" could give it up and not know what they lost.
12 We wondered who was sprinkling burning coal dust upon the floor, for we saw drops of red twinkling on the stones around us.
13 Then our hands seized a branch and swung us high into a tree, with no aim save the wonder of learning the strength of our body.
14 These great and wise of the earth did not know what to think of us, and they looked upon us with wonder and curiosity, as if we were a miracle.
15 We killed a mountain goat, and we brought its flesh to be cooked in a strange copper pot we found in a place of wonders, which must have been the cooking room of the house.
16 They were not soft and rolled, they had hard shells of cloth and leather; and the letters on their pages were so small and so even that we wondered at the men who had such handwriting.
17 But I still wonder how it was possible, in those graceless years of transition, long ago, that men did not see whither they were going, and went on, in blindness and cowardice, to their fate.
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