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““O my lord,” quoth Judar, “I ask first of Allah the Most High and then of thee, that thou give me yonder saddle bags.””
“Behold, I am a lover in longing, whom passion and severance have been wronging; since I parted from my dear, I have lost my reasoning gear; wherefore, to my speech do thou give ear and have ruth on my passion and hope and fear.”
“Know that my heart inclineth to thee and would interest thee with my tidings, but do thou give me the letter.”
“Quoth Tuman, “I will not speak thee, till thou give me the gift of glad tidings.””
“Then came the cobbler; and said, O Shaykh, a man brought me his sandal-shoe to-day, saying, ‘Mend this;’ and I asked him, ‘What wage wilt thou give me?’”
“And know, O my father, with assured knowledge, that I consent to marry, but on condition that thou give me to wife her who lay by my side this night; for I am certain it was thou sentest her to me and madest me in love with her and then despatchedst a message to her before the dawn and tookest her away from beside me.”
“And if thou give him less, the same will say, ‘He despiseth me and giveth me less than he gave the fisherman.’”
“But now I crave of thy favour that thou give me one of thy castles outlying the rest, that I may abide there the remnant of my life, for as the sayer of bywords saith, ‘Absence from my friend is better and fitter for me’; and, ‘Whatso eye doth not perceive, that garreth not heart to grieve.’”
“Then she turned to al-Maamun and said to him, “O Commander of the Faithful, wilt thou give me leave to change the words?””
“Then, being overborne by mirth, he said to me, ‘O my lord, wilt thou give me leave to say what is come to my mind, albeit I am not of the folk of this craft?’”
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