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As Circe spoke, Dawn mounted her golden throne, and on the first rays, Circe left me, taking her way like a great goddess up the island
But soon an offshore breeze blew to our liking...a lusty ship mate sent by the singing nymph with sunbright hair. So we made fast the braces and we rested, letting the wind and the steersman work the ship
Sirens weaving a haunting song over the sea we are to shun, she said, and their green shore all sweet with clover; yet she urged that I alone should listen to their song. Therefore, you are to tie me up...
If I shout and beg to be untied, take more turns of the rope to muffle me.
So all rowed on, until the Sirens dropped under the sea rim, and their singing dwindled away. My faithful company rested on their oars now, peeling off the wax that I had laid thick on their ears...
then set me free
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