Medea Animation Project Part 5
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I wish you dead. Now I see it plain, though at that time I did not, when I took you from your foreign home and brought to a Greek house, you, and evil thing, a traitress to your father and your native land. A monster, not a woman, having a nature wilder than that of Scylla in the Tuscan Sea., AH! no, not if I had ten thousand words of shame could I sting you. Go, worker of evil, stained with your children's blood. And the boys whom I begot and brought up, never shall I speak to them alive. Oh, my life is over!
O children, what wicked mother she was to you! I tell you it was not my hand that destroyed them. And just for the sake of that you chose to kill them. Give me the bodies to bury and to mourn them. Oh children I loved! You loved them, and killed them. Let me, I beg you, touch my boys' delicate flesh. How you have killed my boys and prevent me from touching their bodies or giving them burial.
They died from a disease they caught from their father. But it was your insolence, and your virgin wedding. The children are dead. I say this to make you suffer. No, that I will not. I will bury them myself. I loved them, you did not. To make you feel pain. I will not. Your words are all wasted.
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