जब रजिया के दो-तीन बच्चे होकर मर गये और उम्र ढल चली, तो रामू का प्रेम उससे कुछ कम होने लगा और दूसरे व्याह की धुन सवार हुई। आये दिन रजिया से बकझक होने लगी। रामू एक-न-एक बहाना खोजकर रजिया पर बिगड़ता और उसे मारता। और अन्त को वह नई स्त्री ले ही आया। इसका नाम था दासी। चम्पई रंग था, बड़ी-बडी आंखें, जवानी की उम्र। पीली, कुंशागी रजिया भला इस नवयौवना के सामने क्या जांचती!
George Ade (February 9, 1866 – May 16, 1944) was an American writer, newspaper columnist, and playwright.
Once there was a blue Dyspeptic, who attempted to Kill Time by reading Novels, until he discovered that all Books of Fiction were a Mockery.
A very attractive Debutante knew two Young Men who called on her every Thursday Evening, and brought their Mandolins along.
At a Bazaar, the purpose of which was to Hold Up the Public for the Benefit of a Worthy Cause, there were many Schemes to induce Visitors to let go of their Assets.
In a certain Athletic Club which rented two rooms over a Tin-Shop there was one Boy who could put it All Over the other Members.
Once upon a Time there was a Brilliant but Unappreciated Chap who was such a Thorough Bohemian that Strangers usually mistook him for a Tramp.
Once in a Country Town there was a Man with a Weak Back. He could put a Grindstone into a Farm Wagon if any one wanted to bet him the Segars,
One Day a Caddy sat in the Long Grass near the Ninth Hole and wondered if he had a Soul. His Number was 27, and he almost had forgotten his Real Name.