By Sir Richard Francis Burton (Translator)
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Next day, she mounted and, riding to his house, went in to his wife who rose up and kissed her hands and thanked her for her kindness. There she saw Ghanim's mother and sister whom the Syndic's wife had taken to the Hammam and clothed afresh, so that the traces of their former condition became manifest upon them. " So she arose, she and the Chief's wife and Ghanim's mother and sister, and went in to the room where he lay and sat down near him. " Hereupon a swoon came upon her; and, as soon as Ghanim's mother and his sister Fitnah heard these words, both cried out "O our joy'" and fainted clean away.
As he and the merchants came forth from the garden gate, behold, they saw a great cloud of dust and heard a loud noise of crying and lamentation; so they looked and lo! it was the Governor with his attendants and the townsfolk, a world of people, who had come out to look on, and my master's family following them, all screaming and crying aloud and weeping exceeding sore weeping. " and threw themselves upon him and his children hung about him crying, "Slack, our father! " And his wife said to him, "Art thou indeed well!
But I, soft whispering, urged yes: Quoth she, Then take it by my leave, * When smiles shall pardon thine amiss: By force, cried I? Nay, she replied * With love and gladness eke I wis. Now ask me not what next occurred * Seek grace of God and whist of this! " They ceased not to make love and enjoy their wine and wassail, whilst Ghanim was drowned in the sea of love and longing; but she redoubled in coyness and cruelty till the night brought on the darkness and let fall on them the skirts of sleep.
1001 Arabian Nights - Volume 2 by Sir Richard Francis Burton (Translator)