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I can't believe my arm. ” He swore then, fouling the air with curses and threats. The sunrise mild at the mountaintop made every thing so attractive and blue. In that mild, even the blood that had started to soak his clothing was once crimson. He took a step again, so he used to be among me and the cave. I felt uncovered, the emerging sunlight at my again. “Why do you no longer have gold? ” he requested me. His arm hung limply at his part. “There used to be no gold there for akin to I,” I stated. He threw himself ahead, then, ran at me and kicked at me. My axe blade went flying from my hand. I threw my palms round his leg, and that i hung on to him as jointly we tumbled off the mountainside. His head used to be above me, and that i observed triumph in it, after which I observed sky, after which the valley ground used to be above me and that i was once emerging to satisfy it after which it used to be lower than me and that i used to be falling to my loss of life. A jar and a bump, and now we have been turning again and again at the part of the mountain, the area a dizzying whirligig of rock and soreness and sky, and that i knew i used to be a useless guy, yet nonetheless I clung to the leg of Calum MacInnes. I observed a golden eagle in flight, yet under me or above me i may not say. It was once there, within the sunrise sky, within the shattered fragments of time and conception, there within the soreness. i used to be no longer afraid: there has been no time and no house to be afraid in, no area in my brain and no area in my middle. i used to be falling throughout the sky, keeping tightly to the leg of a guy who was once attempting to kill me; we have been crashing into rocks, scraping and bruising after which… …we stopped. Stopped with strength adequate that I felt myself jarred, and was once nearly thrown off Calum MacInnes and to my demise underneath. The facet of the mountain had crumbled, there, in the past, sheared off, leaving a sheet of clean rock, as soft and as featureless as glass. yet that was once less than us. the place we have been, there has been a ledge, and at the ledge there has been a miracle: stunted and twisted, excessive above the treeline, the place no bushes have any correct to develop, used to be a twisted hawthorn tree, now not a lot better than a bush, even though it was once outdated. Its roots grew into the aspect of the mountain, and it was once this hawthorn that had stuck us in its grey palms. I allow cross of the leg, clambered off Calum MacInnes’s physique, and onto the aspect of the mountain. I stood at the slender ledge and seemed down on the sheer drop. there has been no manner down from right here. No manner down in any respect. I seemed up. it'd be attainable, i presumed, mountain climbing slowly, with fortune on my aspect, to make it up that mountain. If it didn't rain. If the wind was once now not too hungry. And what selection did i've got? the single substitute was once dying. A voice: “So. Will you permit me the following to die, dwarf? ” I stated not anything. I had not anything to claim. His eyes have been open. He acknowledged, “I can't stream my correct arm, because you stabbed it. i feel I broke a leg within the fall. i can't climb with you. ” I acknowledged, “I might be triumphant, or i could fail. ” “You’ll make it. I’ve visible you climb. once you rescued me, crossing that waterfall. You went up these rocks like a squirrel going up a tree. ” i didn't have his self belief in my hiking talents.