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alas we have arrived at the island of the sun god
Do not eat any of the sheep or you will experience great suffering
We would rather suffer from eating the sheep than die of starvation
In the small hours of the third watch, when stars hat shone out in the first dusk to their setting, a giant blew from heaven, and clouds driven by zues shrouded land and sea in the night of the storm.
Zues! Odysseus and his men have aten my catle
let me throw down one white hot bolt and make splinters of there ship
I mustered all the crew and said: Old shipmates our stores are in the ships hold, food and drink; the cattle here are not for our provision or we pay for it dearly for it
odysseus men ate the cattle while odysseus wasnt there and there reson was, "better to open your lungs to the big sea once for all than waste to skin and bones on a lonely island."
"'oh father zues and gods and bliss forever. punish odysseus' men! they have killed my peaceful kine, my joy at morning when i climbed the sky of starts."
i clambered fore and aft my hulk until a comber split her, kneel from ribs, and the big timber floated free.
A backstay floated dangling from it, stout rawhide rope, and I used this for lashing mast and keel together. These I straddled ridding the frightful storm.
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