Odysseus; lines 90-107
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Odysseus brought his ranging bear to mind and said. "This is not princely to be swept away by wonder at your father's presence. No other Odysseus will ever come, for he and I are one, the same; his bitter fortune and his wanderings are mine. Twenty years gone and I am back again on my own island..."
Yes I'm your dad, now quit crying
I'm coming son...
Ka-kaw Ku-KAW EEEEEEEE
Ka-Kaw Ka-kaw eeeeeeeeep ka-kaw
They cried until sun down, pouring out tears, helplessly.
Telemachus began to weep. And Odysseus did as well, salty tears came from both men, and cries like hawks came from them.
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