"Odysseus and his crew landed on the island ins a dense fog and spent days feasting on wine and wild goats and observing the mainland, where the Cyclops lived" (Summary 98).
"He left his rams/and he-goats in the yard outside, and swung/high overhead a slab of solid rock/to close the cave" (86-89).
"Straight/forward they sprinted, lifted it, and rammed it/ deep in his crater eye" (235-237).
"Then slung a man under each middle one/to ride there safely, shielded left and right" (284-285). "Blinded, and sick with pain from his head wound,/the master stroked each ram, then let them pass" (296-297).
"Close by,/I dropped and rolled clear of the ram's belly" (320-321).
"I roused the men, gave the orders/to man the ships, cast off the mooring lines" (424-425).