By Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi
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Instead, he wanted more than anything else to see Marlee again. To see their child when it was born. To live. Bahn grabbed old Rall and hauled him clumsily over his shoulder. His knees buckled; but fear loaned him extra strength. With the rest of the panicking men, he allowed himself to be jostled back towards the gates of wall two, faces glancing back over shoulders, over Bahn’s shoulders, no talk or shouting from them now, simply wordless panting. Even Rall stopped yelling and began thanking him, would not stop thanking him.
They were the last to get through, just before the gates were slammed shut and sealed. Less fortunate men remained trapped on the other side. They pounded for the gates to be opened. They shouted of how they had wives and children at home. They cursed and pleaded. The gates stayed closed. Bahn lay in a heap and listened to the shouting on the other side, more grateful than anything else in his whole life that it was not him still out there. He had closed his eyes, overwhelmed. For a long time, lying facedown in the dirt, he had wept.
Your dog,’ came the voice through the thin material of his blanket. It was female, and sour. ’ Nico forced his eyes open a fraction, so that a glimmer of early sunlight tangled within his lashes. Too bright, he thought, as he hunkered further into the warmth of his own body. Too early. ‘Leave me be,’ he mumbled. The blanket swept away, leaving him beached in the daylight. He clamped a hand over his eyes, squinted through the crack between his fingers, to see the girl standing over him, her hands on her hips.
All Madd Wal Jazr Fi Tareekh Al-Islam by Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi