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She stood for an angry moment, then sighed and followed him. ” he said patiently. “For generations we’ve tried to build up a permanent alliance directed at Kolresh. What temporary ones we achieved have always fallen apart. ” He found a bench on the glistening edge of the strand, and sat down and looked across a steady march of surf, turned to molten gold by the low sun and the incandescent western clouds. Ingra joined him. “I can’t really blame the others for not liking us,” she said in a small voice.
The Kolreshites were too dumbfounded. Thereafter the nomads rallied and fought gamely.
Then her back grew stiff. “Your ship will be ready to take you home, my lord. ” “As you will, your highness,” mumbled the dictator of the Double Kingdom. THOUGH HE RETURNED with a bitter word in his mouth, Unduma felt the joy, the biological rightness of being home, rise warm within him. He sat on a terrace under the mild sky of Earth, with the dear bright flow of the Zambezi River at his feet and the slim towers of Capital City rearing as far as he could see, each gracious, in its own green park.