214-218 The Odyssey
By ewin, Updated
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So off they went and soon enough they mingled among the natives, Lotus-eaters, Lotus-eaters who had no notion of killing my companions, not at all, they simply gave them the lotus to taste instead ... much less return, their only wish to linger there with the Lotus-eaters ... so none could eat the lotus, forget the voyage home.
Not close inshore to the Cyclops' coast, not too far out, thick with woods where the wild goats bread by hundreds. No trampling of men to start them from their lairs, no hunters roughing out on the woody ridges, stalking quarry, every ride their heaven.
But I would not give way -- and how much beer it would have been -- not till I saw him, saw what gifts he'd give.
'Let's make away with the cheeses, then com back -- hurry, drive the lambs and kids from the pens to our swift ship, put out to sea at once!'
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