Orpheus the Great Musician

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  • Lalalalalalalalalalal
  • Will you marry me?
  • Yes, of course let me just go pick some flowers first.
  • Oh no a poisonous snake.
  • I'll save you
  • Farewell
  • "Orpheus , it is said, could make such heavenly song that when he sat down to sing the trees would crowd around to shade him."
  • Eurydice
  • "Orpheus himself, however, had eyes for no one but the nymph Eurydice."
  • DIE!
  • "Eurydice went down to the riverside with her maidens to gather flowers for a bridal garland, she was bitten in the foot by a snake, and she died in spite of al atempts to save her."
  • "Quick in the grayness he turned and saw a dim shade at his heels, as indistinct as the gray mist behind her. But still he could see the look of sadness on her face as he sprung forward saying , "Eurydice!" and threw his arms about her. The shade dissolved in the circle of his arms like smoke. A little whisper seemed to say "farewell" as she scattered into mist and was gone."
  • "At last the women of Thrace, maddened by Dionysus and infuriated by Orpheus's contempt, fell upon him and killed him.It is said that as the body was swept down the river Hebrus, the dead lips still moved faintly ans the rock echoed for the last time. "Eurydice,"
  • "In the daffodil meadows he met the shade of Eurydice, and there they walk together, or where the path is narrow, the shade of Orpheus goes ahead and looks back at his love."
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