"The Easter Egg"
(These were chosen at almost-random from a collection of Saki's short stories, for "stop-gap" reading.)
"The Unrest-Cure" was by far the more amusing (and bizarre) of the two, though the last couple of lines of "The Easter Egg" were also good.
...I don't think I can write much about either without spoiling them (and I'm just not in the mood, either). Both are quite short-- ideal for a quick read between books. I must remember to read more Saki again soon. He's one of those short story authors with a very familiar name and reputation, yet when I come right down to it, I don't think I've read more than two or three of his stories.