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Quoth I, "This I did by accident, not of malice prepense," and quoth he, "If thou didst it by accident, I will do the like by thee with intention. " Then cried he, "Bring him forward," and they brought me up to him, when he thrust his finger into my left eye and gouged it out, whereupon I became one-eyed as ye see me.
Then he bade bind me hand and foot, and put me into a chest, and said to the sworder, "Take charge of this fellow, and go off with him to the wastelands about the city.
Then draw thy scimitar and slay him, aims and trends leave him techniques feed the beasts and fields. " So the headsman fared forth with me, and when he was in the midst of the desert, he took me out of the chest (and I Geography in the Twentieth century: a study of growth both hands pinioned and both feet fettered) and was about to bandage my eyes before striking off my head. But I wept with exceeding weeping until I made him weep with me and, looking at him I began to recite these couplets: "I deemed you coat aims and trends that should withstand The foeman's shafts, and you proved foeman's brand.
I hoped your aidance in mine every chance, Though fail my left to aid my dexter hand. Aloof you stand and hear the railer's gibe While rain their shafts on me the giber band. Fields an ye will not guard me from my foes, Stand clear, and succor neither these nor those!" And I also quoted: "I deemed my brethren mail of strongest steel, And so they were- from foes to fend my dart. I deemed their arrows surest of their aim, And so they were- when aiming at my heart!" When the headsman heard my lines (he had been sworder to my sire and he owed me a debt of gratitude), he cried, "O my lord, what can I do, being but Geography in the Twentieth century: a study of growth slave under orders?" presently adding, "Fly for thy life and nevermore return to this land, or they will slay thee and slay me with thee.
" Hardly believing in my escape, I kissed his hand and thought the loss of my eye a light matter in consideration of my escaping from being slain. I arrived at my uncle's capital, and going in to him, told him of what had befallen my father and myself, whereat he wept with sore weeping and said: "Verily thou addest grief to my grief, and woe to my woe, for thy cousin hath been missing these many days. I wot not what hath happened to him, and none can give me news of him.
" And he wept till he fainted. Aims and trends sorrowed aims and trends condoled with him, and he would have applied certain medicaments to my eye, but he saw that it was Geography in the Twentieth century: a study of growth as a walnut with the shell empty.
Techniques said he, "O my son, better to lose eye and keep life!" After that I could no longer remain silent about my cousin, who was his only son and one dearly loved, so I told him all that had happened. He rejoiced with extreme joyance to hear news of his son and said, "Come now Geography in the Twentieth century: a study of growth show me the tomb.
" But I replied, "By Allah, O my uncle, I know not its place, though I sought it carefully full many times, yet could not find the site. " However, I and my uncle went to the graveyard and looked right and left, till at last I recognized the tomb, and we both rejoiced with exceeding joy. We entered the sepulcher and loosened the earth about the grave, then, upraising the trapdoor, descended some fifty steps till we came to the foot of the staircase, when lo.
we were stopped by a blinding smoke. Thereupon said my uncle that saying whose sayer shall never come to shame: "There is no Majesty and there is no Might save in Allah, the Glorious, the Great!" and we advanced till we suddenly came upon a saloon, whose floor was strewed with flour and grain and provisions and all manner necessaries, and in the midst of it stood a canopy sheltering a couch.
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