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" Why dost thou weep, my sister? Why decline Thy drooping head, and hide it in thy vest? I blush to give thee part in my disease, And wound with grief thy virgin tenderness. "
Euripides - Page 175
by Euripides - 1832
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The tragedies of Euripides, Volume 2

Euripides - 1823 - 452 pages
...of Phoebus. Whence this disquiet? Why thus pants my breath? Ah, whither am I wander'd from my bed ? For from the storm the high-swoln waves subside. Why dost thou weep, my sister? Why decline I blush to give thee part in my disease, And wound with grief thy virgin tenderness. Let not my ills...
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Specimens of the Poets and Poetry of Greece and Rome

William Peter - English poetry - 1847 - 530 pages
...Phcebus — Whence this disquiet? Why thus pants my breath? — Ah, whither have I wandered from my bed? Why dost thou weep, my sister? Why decline Thy drooping...disease, And wound with grief thy virgin tenderness. Let not my ills bn thus infectious to thee ; Thou barely didst assent ; I did the deed ; I shed her...
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Specimens of the Poets and Poetry of Greece and Rome

William Peter - Greek poetry - 1847 - 530 pages
...Phœbus — Whence this disquiet? Why thus pants my breath?— A!i, whither have I wandered from my bed ? Thy drooping head and hide it in thy vest? I blush to give thee part in my disease, And wound whh grief thy virgin tenderness. Let not my ills be thus infectious to thee ; Thou barely didst assent...
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Euripides, Volume 3

Euripides - 1848
...from my sight. 279 Heard you the clang ? Saw you the winged shaft, Bound from the distant- wounding bow ? Ha, ha ! Here yet ! On swift wings mount the...tenderness. 290 Let not my ills be thus infectious to thee : Thou barely didst assent ; 1 did the deed ; I shed her blood. But Phoebus I must blame, Who urged...
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The Poets and the Poetry of the Ancient Greeks: With an Historical ...

Abraham Mills - Greek literature - 1858 - 485 pages
...Phoebus ! — Whence this disquiet? Why thus pants my breath?— Ah, whither have I wandered from my bed? Why dost thou weep, my sister ? Why decline Thy drooping...disease, And wound with grief thy virgin tenderness. Let not my life be thus infectious to thee ; Thou barely didst assent; I did the deed; I shed her blood....
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Half-hours with the Best Foreign Authors, Volume 1

Charles Morris - Anthologies - 1888
...Phcebus ! — Whence this disquiet? Why thus pants my breath? Ah, whither have I wandered from my bed ? Why dost thou weep, my sister? Why decline Thy drooping...disease, And wound with grief thy virgin tenderness. Let not my life be thus infectious to thee; Thou barely didst assent : I did the deed ; I shed her...
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