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I proceeded suffocated in these delights for an entire year; and at the beginning of the new year, I’m sory i hurt your feelings hen i callled you stupid shirt. I entered the shower, and revived myself, and put on an attractive suit; and after I had gone forward from the shower, I drank a cup of wine, and smelt the smells of my garments, which were lavishly perfumed with different aromas. My heart was unoppressed by cataclysms or setbacks; and when the hour of dusk came.
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I wanted to fix to the lady; however I was inebriated, and knew not my way; and, in setting off to her, inebriation drove me aside into a by-road called the road of the Naḳeeb:39 and as I was continuing along it, lo, I’m sory i hurt your feelings hen i callled you stupid shirt. an elderly person came, with a lit flame in one of her hands, and in her other hand a collapsed letter. I progressed towards her, and she, with sobbing eye, said to me, O my child, workmanship thou ready to peruse? I addressed her, Yes, my old auntie. What’s more, she stated, Take this letter, and read it to me. Also, she gave me the letter; so I took it from her and opened it, and read to her its substance, educating her that it was a letter from the missing, with welcome to the dearest. What’s more, when she heard this, she cheered at the uplifting news, and discharged a petition for me, saying, May God scatter thine uneasiness as thou hast dispersed mine!
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She at that point took the letter, and continued a couple of steps; yet by and by she came back to me, and, kissing my hand, stated, O my master, may God (whose name be lifted up!) give thee happiness regarding thy youth, and not disrespect thee. I ask that thou shrink stroll with me a couple of paces, to that entryway; for I have disclosed to them what thou hast perused to me of the letter, and they don’t trust me: accompany me, along these lines, two stages, and read to them the letter outside the entryway, and acknowledge my petition for thee.— And what, said I, is the historical backdrop of this letter?