should be a moment for us."
John stared at her, and he looked as if he were in pain. "I thought you were dead."
"You mean she didn't... She didn't tell you? Well, that is interesting." His gaze sent that strange flutter through her again, and she raised a hand to her stomach. She moved toward him. She could pretend to be a friend too. "Oh, John. I'm sorry that I couldn't tell you myself. I'm sorry for leaving you alone for so long, not being able to get word to you. But that's behind us now. We're together again."
She reached out to touch him, and he took a step back, frowning. She forced herself not to pursue him.
"I know what you're thinking," she said. "How can you be sure it's really me? For all you know-for all she told you-I could be some thing made up to look like me. Fine, I'll take whatever test you want. Ask me any question. I don't mind." She knew all the answers, and once she had proven that, he would fall further under her control. "I know there's a lot that you don't know. I know there's a lot that you don't understand. I'm here to fix that." She took another step, laid a hand on his chest. It was warm, and rose slightly to press against her hand. She looked up at him, and imagining that he was the Eye, that they would soon be joined, she smiled. "Don't you want to know what it's about? What it's really all about? I can do that. All you have to do is come with me."
"Where else? To Z'ha'dum."
Even though he had foreseen it, Kosh found it difficult to accept. Even within Sheridan's mind, Kosh could not understand his decision. Sheridan was going to Z'ha'dum.
Already the Human moved about his quarters, gathering his belongings for this ill-fated journey.
Sheridan knew that his wife was no longer his wife.