Sirens

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  • The Sirens sing when they see a boat.
  • The boat then comes towards the land and it crashes.
  • The Sirens then go and eat the dead bodies that are in the ocean.
  • This way, oh turn your bows, Achaea's glory As all the world allows Moor and Merry.
  • Then He ask's his men to tie him to the boat so he will not
  • Before Odysseus and his men arrive at the island of the Sirens
  • Odysseus gave his men some beez wax.
  • Sweet coupled airs we sing No lonely seafarer Holds clear of entering Our green mirror.
  • Odysseus asked his men to tie him to the ship so then he could hear the Sirens.
  • and they take out the bee's wax out of their ears.
  • Please by each purling note Like honey twining From her throat and my throat Who lies a painting?
  • When they pass the island of the sirens they untie odysseus
  • Sea rovers here take joy Voyaging onward As from our song of Troy Graybeard and rower boy Goeth more learned.
  • Steer them towards the island.
  • All feats on that great field In the long warfare Dark days the bright gods willed Wounds you bore there.
  • Argos old soldiery On Troy beach teeming charmed out of time we see No life on earth can be hid from our dreaming.
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