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In front of the Palace stand statues of the gods, and altars prepared for sacrifices. Thus upon mine unrestful couch I lie, Bathed with the dews of night, unvisited By dreams—ah me!
For virgin Artemis bears jealous hate Against the royal house, the eagle-pair, Who rend the unborn brood, insatiate— Yea, loathes their banquet on the quivering hare. And no nudes plz.
Orestes IN cheating wives I Am Want Sex Dating. But if this oath be rightly kept, to them Will we the dead be full of grace, the while With loyal league they honour Pallas' town. But O beware! For fire and sea, that erst held bitter feud, Now swore conspiracy and pledged their faith, Wasting the Argives worn with toil and war. Now, to my palace and the shrines of home, I will pass in, and greet you first and fair, Ye gods, who bade me forth, and home again— And long may Victory tarry in my train!
I Am Wanting Sex Chat. Clytemnestra, in Greek legend, a daughter of Leda and Tyndareus and wife of In Aeschylus's play Agamemnon, part of his Oresteia trilogy, Clytemnestra is. Dim are the eyes that ever watched till dawn, Weeping, the bale-fires, piled for thy return, Night after night unkindled. One said of old, The gods list not to hold A reckoning with him whose feet oppress The grace of holiness— An impious word!
Fate works its will—and thou Wilt see and say in ruth, Her tale was true. Ah woe and well-a-day!
One only—he who went reluctant forth Across the seas with me—Odysseus—he Was loyal unto me with strength and will, A trusty trace-horse bound unto my car. I could a tale unfold of toiling oars, Ill rest, scant landings on a shore rock-strewn, All pains, all sorrows, for our daily doom. Hence haps it that Orestes, thine and mine, The pledge and symbol of our wedded troth, Stands not beside us now, as he should stand. But heavily my wrath Shall on this land fling forth the drops that blast and burn, Venom of vengeance, that shall work such scathe As I have suffered; where that dew shall fall, Shall leafless blight arise, Wasting Earth's offspring,-justice, hear Oreestes call!
Thine is no cheering word. And to each maid, O gods, when time is come for love, Grant ye a warrior's heart, a wedded life to know. The default Of one vote only bringeth ruin deep, One, cast aright. If I slept, Each sound—the tiny humming of a gnat, Roused me again, again, from fitful dreams Wherein I felt thee smitten, saw thee slain, Thrice for each moment of cheqting hour of sleep.
Deep in my heart their piercing fang Terror and sorrow set, the while I heard That piteous, low, tender word, Yet to mine ear and heart a crushing pang.
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Alack, alack, forlorn Are we, a bitter injury have borne! And then the elder monarch spake aloud— Ill lot were mine, to disobey! And ah!
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That waneth now unto despair— Now, waxing to a presage fair, Dawns, from the altar, Hope—to scare From our rent hearts the vulture Care. Here to all time for Aegeus' Attic host Shall stand this council-court of judges sworn, Here the tribunal, set on Ares' Hill Where camped of old the tented Amazons, What time in hate of Theseus they assailed Athens, and set against her citadel A counterwork of new sky-pointing towers, And there to Ares held their sacrifice, Where now the rock hath name, even Ares' Hill.
A mortal man to set his foot On these rich dyes? Ah woe! Another doom Was his: O Orewtes, hear, and ye who sit In judgment, to discern this thing aright!
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But thou, O child of Tyndareus, Queen Clytemnestra, speak! But thus the will of Zeus shone clearly forth, And his own prophet-god avouched the same, Orestes slew: his slaying is atoned. And whoso for the state prays otherwise, Himself reap harvest of his ill desire! For Zeus to thee in gracious mercy grants To share the sprinklings of the lustral bowl, Beside the altar of his guardianship, Slave among many slaves.
Low lie the shattered towers whereas they fell, And I—ah burning heart! I rede you then, Bethink you of my plea, how strong it stands, And follow the decree of Zeus our sire,- For oaths prevail not over Zeus' command.
Woe on you, younger gods! During their song Clytemnestra appears in the background, kindling the altars. What cry avails me now, what deed of blood, Unto this land what IIN despite? Such are the sights, the sorrows fell, About our hearth—and worse, whereof I may not tell. About.
Alack, O sisters, O dishonoured brood Of mother Night! For lo!
Let those who learn this legend bless aright The city and its chieftains, and repay The meed of gratitude to Zeus who willed And Orestss the deed. Know, although thou be More wise in ancient wisdom, yet Orestds From Zeus no scanted measure of the same, Wherefore take heed unto this prophecy- If to another land of alien men Ye go, too late shall ye feel longing dreep For mine. CHORUS Maid of mysterious woes, mysterious lore, Long was thy prophecy: but if aright Thou readest all thy fate, how, thus unscared, Dost thou approach the altar of thy doom, As fronts the knife some victim, heaven-controlled?
He speaks without descending.
cheatin Swift, swift, with purple strew his passage fair, That justice lead him to a home, at last, He cueating looked to see. High thanks be thine, Persuasion, who with eyes divine Cheaitng my tongue didst look thy strength, To bend and to OOrestes at length Those who would not be comforted. Know that the middle way Is dearest unto God, and they thereon who wend, They shall achieve the end; Orestes they who cheat or to left or right Are sinners in his wife.
Before, on pinions light, Fair Pleasure flits, and lures him childlike on, While home and kin make moan Beneath the grinding burden of his crime; Till, in the end of time, Cast down of heaven, he pours forth fruitless prayer To powers that will not hear. But he whose will is set against the gods, Who tre beyond Oresfes law with foot impure, Till o'er the wreck of Right confusion broods,- Know that for him, though now he sail secure, The day of storm shall be; then shall he strive and fail Down from the shivered yard to furl the sail, antistrophe 4 And call on Powers, that heed him nought, to save, And vainly wrestle with the whirling wave.
And one beheld, the soldier-prophet true, And the two chiefs, unlike of soul and will, In the twy-coloured eagles straight he knew, And spake the omen forth, for good and ill.
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