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Ulysses thrust the hot sword with all his might into the ginormous eye of the Cyclops. Men were thrown all around as the giant flailed upwards.
They looked up to see other Cyclops crowding around the cave. "What happened to you?" One of them asked. "It was Nobody. Nobody blinded me!" Polyphemus cried. The giants thought Polyphemus meant he had stabbed himself and left him to deal with it on his own.
Ulysses led his men to an end of the cave where a herd of giant goats stood. They hid under and among the goats.
Polyphemus threw rocks and cried out in pain. Brown blood dripped from his eye
Then, Polyphemus headed for the entrance of the cave and opened the door. He began to let the goats out. Ulysses and his men swung under the goats onto their stomachs. As the goats walked out, Polyphemus felt their backs and sides for the men, but they were huddled too close together for him to feel their bellies.
The men stayed hidden among the goats as they listened to the giant stomp around his cave searching for Ulysses and his men, trying to crush them.
Ulysses yelled, "NOW!" and all his men and him jumped from the goats' bellies and began running towards their boats by the shore.
The men heard giant footsteps when they were halfway down the valley. "Run for you lives!" Ulysses cried.The men just barely reached the boats in time before Polyphemus bursted through the trees towards them.
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