By Poul Anderson
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Don't you know what grief usually does to a Ramnuan? " Abrams spoke in rough chunks of phrase. "Coping with that is a problem which every society on this planet has had to solve, one way or another. " Laughter rattled from her. "Too bad we humans don't have the same trait. " She stubbed out the cigarette, viciously, and started the next. "We'll go fetch Yewwl when she's worked off the worst of what's in her, if she lives through it. " That would be several standard days hence. " Abrams slumped.
Had he, in this place, let anyone but Chives attend him, the Shalmuan's heart would have cracked open. Flandry regarded the short green form--something like a hairless human with a long tail, if you ignored countless differences in shapes and proportions of features--through eyes that veiled concern. This early, Chives wore merely a kilt. Wrinkles, skinniness, stiff movements were far too plain to sight. No research institution had ever considered developing the means to slow down aging in the folk of his backward world.
Vision winged across roofs, walls, hoar treetops, cliffs and crags, a misty shimmer of plains, finally the horizon. He raised his eyes and beheld stars in their thousands. Antares burned brightest. Mogul was sufficiently near to rival it, an orange spark: Mogul, sun of Babur, the Protectorate. His gaze did not seek Olga, for in that constellation, invisible to him, was the black sun of Mirkheim; and he had no time on hand to think about regaining the treasure planet for Hermes. Sol was hidden too, by distance.
A Stone In Heaven by Poul Anderson