oh, mercy be unto me and my husband. For he is filled with great despair.
My lady I bring forth good tidings. The land of Isthmia wishes Oedipus to be there king.
If this is true then Polybus has passed and is no more.
Yea, it is so
Polybus may lie dead but the words of the oracle cause me to fret my mother who is yet alive
Wait did you not know? Polybus doesn't share your blood. You were found in the woods.
I myself got you from a Shepperd who followed Laius. He is the same man you currently seek concerning other matters.
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Husband no more seek these answers my heart canst bear them and neither will yours I beseech thee to stop.
Forgive my wife messenger for she is prideful and would rather keep face than to learn of the truth, But I must know before I move onwards.