ah miserable, that is the only word i have for you now the only word ever
I gave you to polybus and i had you from a shepard, under king Laius
fetch the shepard that gave me to you. i must know who my parents were
yes i gave the child to this man, and it was from the house of Laius born of his wife
Dont you remember we were together for a few months when you gave me this boy
Did you give this man a child, and from which house did that child come
oh terrible fate!!
let me be away from here, to the mountains that were so famous with me, but first let me see my daughters again
Yes you must be gone from here, but first you may see your daughters, i know they were dear to you in the old days
I weep for you for your father was by the women who gave him his own life. for there is no bridegrooms for you, you must wither away in sterile dreaming
Men of Thebes: Look upon Oedipus this is the king who solved the famous riddle, and towered up, most powerful of men no mortal eyes but looked upon him in envy. yet in the end ruin swept over him. let every man in man kinds frailty consider his last days and let none presume on his good fortune until he find life at his death, a memory without pain.