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Why Zues? Why?!
Hi Odysseus. Come and see me and take a whirl in my whirlpool.
I must find these parts to my boat.
"With a crack on crack thunder, Zues let fly a bolt against the ship, a direct hit, so that she bucked, in reeking fumes of sulphur, and all the men were flung onto sea." (Line 948-951)
"Nor had I yet seen the worst of it: for now the west wind dropped, and a southeast gale came on- one more twist of the knife-Taking me north again, straight to Charybdis." (Line 962-966)
And that is my story.
"There, as the whirlpool drank the tide, a billow tossed me, and I sprang for the great fig tree, catching on like a bat on bough." (Line 969-971)
"Now I let go with hands and feet, plunging staright into the foam beside the timbers, pulled astride, and rowed hardwith my hands to pass Scylla." (Line (983-986)
"I made shore, buoyed up by the gods, upon Ogygia Isle. The dangerous nymph Calypso lives and sing here. (Line 990-992)
"But why tell the same tale that I told you and your lady? (Line 993-995)
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