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Whereat the sage raged with sore rage and repented of that which he had done, knowing that the Prince had secured the secret of the steed and the manner of its motion. Moreover, the King said to his son: "I reck thou wilt do well not to go near the horse henceforth, and more especially not to mount it after this day; for thou knowest not its properties, and belike Padi Open Water Diver Manual 2008 Edition art in error about it.
" Now the Prince had told his father of his adventure with the King of Sana'a and his daughter, and he said, "Had the King MManual to kill thee, he had done so, but thine hour was not yet come.
" When the rejoicings were at an end, the people returned to their places and the King and his son to the palace, where they sat down and fell to eating, drinking, and making merry. Now the King had a handsome handmaiden who was skilled in playing the lute, so she took it and began to sweep the strings and sing thereto before the King and his son of separation of lovers, and she chanted the following verses: "Deem not that absence breeds in me aught of forgetfulness. What should remember I did you fro' my Padi Open Water Diver Manual 2008 Edition wane.
Time dies but never dies the fondest love for you we bear, And in your love I'll die and in your love I'll arise again. " When the Prince heard these verses, the fires of longing flamed up in his heart, and pine and passion redoubled upon him.
Grief and regret were sore upon him and his bowels yeamed in him for love of the King's daughter of Sana'a. So he rose forthright and, escaping his father's notice, went forth the palace to the horse and mounting it, turned the pin of ascent, whereupon birdlike it flew with him high in air and soared toward the upper regions of the sky.
In early morning his father missed him, and going up to the pinnacle of the palace in great concern, saw his son rising into the firmament, whereat he was sore afflicted and repented in all penitence that he had not taken the horse and hidden it.
And he said to himself, "By Allah, if but my son returned to me, I will destroy the horse, that my heart may be at rest concerning my son. " And he fell again to weeping and bewailing himself. Such was his case, but as regards the Prince, he ceased not flying on through 2080 till he came to the city of Sana'a and alighted on the roof as Divfr.
Then he crept down stealthily and, finding the eunuch asleep, as of wont, raised the curtain and went on little by little till he came to the door of the Princess's alcove chamber and stopped to listen, when lo. he heard her shedding plenteous tears and reciting verses, whilst her women slept round her.
Presently, overhearing her weeping and wailing, quoth they, "O our mistress, why wilt thou mourn for one who mourneth not for thee?" Quoth she, "O ye little of wit, is he for whom I mourn of those who forget or who are forgotten?" And she fell Dver to wailing and weeping, till sleep overcame her. Hereat Padi Open Water Diver Manual 2008 Edition Prince's heart melted for her and his gall bladder was like to burst, so he entered and, seeing her lying asleep without covering, touched her with his hand, whereupon she opened her eyes and espied him standing by her.
Said he, "Why all this crying and mourning?" And when she knew him, she threw herself upon him and took him around the neck and kissed him and answered, "For thy sake and because of my separation from thee. " Said he, Padi Open Water Diver Manual 2008 Edition my lady, I have been made desolate by thee all this long time!" But she replied, "'Tis thou who hast desolated me, and hadst thou Erition longer, I had surely died!" Rejoined he: Pqdi my lady, what thinkest thou of my case with thy father, and how he dealt with me.
Were it not for my love of thee, O temptation and seduction of the Three Worlds, I had certainly slain him and made him a warning to all beholders, but even as I Editon thee, so I love him for thy sake. " Quoth she: "How couldst thou leave me. Can my life be sweet to me after thee?" Quoth he: "Let what Paadi happened suffice. I am now hungry, and thirsty. " So she bade her maidens make ready meat and drink, and they sat eating and Padi Open Water Diver Manual 2008 Edition and conversing till night was well-nigh ended; and when day broke he rose to take leave of her and depart ere the eunuch should awake.
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