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fate
'Whate'erMy
said:
he
dismiss'd,
length
at
fear
foe."His
captive
a
from
credit
to
what
know,And
to
long
we
impart,
could
he
news
whence:What
and
was,
he
what
us
tell
freely
defense,And
own
his
make
to
youth
cheer
die.We
passions
our
and
kindles,
pity
eye:Our
rueful
a
cast
and
sigh'd,
and
said,
friends?'He
my
by
abandon'd
foes,
my
by
attends,Scorn'd
fugitive
wretched
a
fate
me?What
unhappy
receive
to
open
seaIs
what
remains,
earth
what
'Alas!
said:
around,Then
eyes
haggard
his
roll'd
and
star'd,
bound;He
and
unarm'd
stood,
miscreant
the
compris'd.Trembling
man
a
in
nation
a
disguis'd;Behold
wiles
their
Greeks
the
well
how
hear
foe.Now
the
insult
some
and
see,
to
press
flow;All
Trojans
of
tides
captive,
the
circumvent.About
to
or
undaunted,
die
bentTo
obstinately
and
aim,
his
on
betray;Fix'd
Troy
and
belief,
their
on
impose
prey,T'
their
himself
made
who
take;
to
king;Taken
the
before
bands,
in
Greek,
captive
bringA
shepherds
Trojan
the
shouts,
with
stood.Meantime,
empire
Priam's
and
tow'rs
Ilian
wood,And
treach'rous
the
pierc'd
lances
our
had
mind.Then
better
a
t'inspire
done
and
said
was
blind,Enough
be
to
fated
been
men
not
had
design'd,Or
Troy
of
fall
the
Heav'n
not
had
woundAnd,
the
thro'
issuing
come
inclos'd
Greeks
of
groans
sound,And
rattling
a
return
transpierc'd,
sides,
stood.The
belly
hollow
the
in
trembling
wood,And
jointed
of
planks
yielding
the
thro'
flew,Pierc'd
as
hissing
which,
spear,
forceful
threwHis
he
steed
the
against
said,
having
horse.'Thus
the
admit
nor
presents,
their
not
force:Trust
or
fraud
by
design'd,
sure
is
down.Somewhat
batter
to
then
and
walls,
the
o'erlook
town,T'
the
above
rais'd
engine
an
is
't
foes;Or
secret
our
recess,
blind
its
inclose,Within
must
either
fabric
hollow
known?This
better
no
arts
Ulysses'
are
gone?And
are
coasts
your
from
Grecians
the
you
brains?Think
your
possess'd
has
madness
than
more
reigns?What
fury
what
countrymen!
wretched
aloud:'O
far,
from
cried,
and
fort,
the
from
crowd,Ran
num'rous
a
by
follow'd
divide.Laocoon,
parts
in
and
nothing,
say
noise
guide,With
fancies
their
as
vulgar,
giddy
explore.The
frauds
hidden
and
sides,
hollow
boreThe
to
least
at
deep;
wat'ry
the
to
designed,Or
flames
the
to
present
fatal
mind,The
sounder
of
rest
the
and
Capys,
town.But
the
in
fabric
monster
the
lodge
down,To
broken
be
might
ramparts
the
that
requir'd)Mov'd
destiny
Trojan
the
so
hir'd,Or
whether
doubtful
is
('t
first
Troy.Thymoetes
ruin
to
rais'd
Pallas
by
pile
employ:The
eyes
wond'ring
their
pile
the
on
rode.Part
navy
the
there
battles;
the
join'd
abode;Here
made
Achilles,
here
Phoenix,
show'd;Here
they
chiefs
sev'ral
the
of
quarters
lay:The
Grecians
the
where
deserted,
camp
surveyThe
delight
with
and
bees,
swarming
throng,Like
a
in
issue
and
gates,
their
long,Unbar
so
walls
their
within
coop'd
Trojans,
release.The
fears
our
and
hoisted,
were
sails
GreeceTheir
for
thought,
We
conceal'd.
fleet
their
was
lay.There
weather
and
wind
to
expos'd
ships
bay,Where
faithless
a
since,
but,
wealth;
for
smile)Renown'd
empire
Priam's
on
did
Fortune
isle(While
an
Tenedos,
lies
Troy
of
sight
abode.In
dark
the
stuff
bowels
iron
load,And
they
machine
dire
the
arms
inward
hide:With
soldiers
their
of
numbers
sideSelected
hollow
the
in
but
pretend,
they
paid.Thus
they
vow
the
this
and
return,
their
madeFor
it
feign'd
they
pine;
with
plank'd
were
sides
appear'd:The
height
monstrous
of
steed
a
like
rear'd,Which
fabric
a
aid
Minerva's
by
war,And
tedious
the
of
weary
grew
Greeks
despair,The
in
and
compell'd,
destiny
befell."By
night
fatal
and
last
our
in
tellWhat
briefly
and
tears,
my
restrain
will
know,I
to
desire
end
disastrous
Troy's
woe,And
our
in
int'rest
such
take
you
since
invite;But,
rest
kindly
to
stars,
setting
night,And
wasting
of
watch
latter
the
now
tear.And
a
without
tell
Ulysses
stern
hear,Nor
could
foes
our
of
hardest
the
ev'n
was:Not
I
which
of
part
and
saw,
I
that
place;All
desart
a
made
city
peopled
underwent;A
Trojans
the
woe
ev'ry
rent,And
foundations
old
its
from
empire
fate:An
our
of
remembrance
sad
the
relateRenews
to
me
command
you
what
queen,
began:"Great
thus
he
couch
lofty
his
from
man,When
godlike
the
to
attentive
were
All renew'd."
spring
the
and
banish'd,
winter
view'd,The
tropic
either
has
sun
the
times
toss'd,Sev'n
navy
your
distress'd,
been
have
men
coast,Your
ev'ry
on
sea,
ev'ry
on
since
declare;For,
woes,
your
and
wand'rings,
your
flight,
war,Your
a
long
so
of
issue
fatal
betray'd:The
town
the
stratagems,
Grecian
said,"The
she
guest,"
godlike
my
large,
at
desir'd."Relate
war
the
of
series
the
hear
requir'd,To
stars
ill
her
and
fate
as
length,
force;At
matchless
his
with
Achilles,
fierce
discourse,And
the
varied
Diomede
of
steeds
shore;The
Trojan
the
on
landed
he
troops
wore,What
Memnon
swarthy
the
arms
what
ask'd
more;Then
Hector
of
enquir'd,
much
Priam
delight;Of
vast
with
love
of
draughts
large
drank
night,And
the
prolong'd
talk
with
queen
unhappy
throng.Th'
Trojan
the
by
echo'd
are
peals
song:Those
the
praise
Tyrians
the
shouts
of
peals
days.With
winter
shortens
and
nights
summer
delaysThe
cause
what
earth;
solid
the
shakes
influence;What
their
dispose
stars
erring
and
fix'd
dispense,And
warmth
their
fires
and
arise,
rains
whenceThe
and
beasts;
and
men
of
original
sun;Th'
the
of
eclipses
th'
proceed
whence
moon,And
wand'ring
the
of
labors
various
taught:The
Atlas
ancient
what
sung
and
lyre,
golden
broughtHis
Iopas
around:
goes
goblet
saw.The
brimmer
the
of
bottom
the
he
draw,Till
to
ceas'd
nor
gold,
the
swill'd
pleasure
bowl,With
the
embrac'd
and
challenge,
took
soul;He
thirsty
a
call'd,
she
whom
Bitias
was
place.'T
in
next
the
to
offer'd
sipping,
grace;Then,
sober
with
mouth
her
to
it
rais'd
ground,)And
the
on
libations
first
the
crown'd(Sprinkling
nectar
with
took,
she
then
goblet
peace."The
the
ratify
to
mine,
with
Heav'n
addressTo
vows
your
Tyre,
of
lords
my
you,
here!And
present
be
both
Juno,
gracious
cheer,And
friendly
and
joys
of
god
Bacchus,
combine.Thou,
day
this
from
concord
lasting
lineIn
Tyrian
the
and
Trojan
the
may
hour!So
auspicious
this
nations
both
to
pow'r;Bless
and
name
sacred
thy
rites,
solemn
invoke,With
thus
we
Jove!
hospitable
spoke:"O
she
proclaim'd,
hall
the
thro'
silence
line.Then,
Tyrian
the
all
and
us'd,
Belus
that
bowl
wine:The
with
crown'd
be
to
commanded
queen
divine,The
gems
with
shone
that
bowl,
golden
day.A
the
emulate
that
beams,
displayNocturnal
lamps
depending
roofs
gilded
resound.From
cries
cheerful
palace
the
thro'
crown'd,And
are
wine
sparkling
with
bowls
golden
pleas'd,The
was
guest
ev'ry
and
remov'd,
meat
appeas'd,The
was
hunger
of
rage
the
when
mind.Now,
her
in
enters
Aeneas
all
resign'd;And
love
living
the
to
is
dead
care.The
former
her
blots
and
anew,
heart
her
molds
fair,And
the
of
bosom
pliant
the
in
pray'r,Works
mother's
his
of
mindless
not
he,
breast;But
her
near
so
drew
she
god,
a
dire
guest,How
what
thought
little
Dido
charms.Unhappy
his
devour'd
and
pleasure,
greedy
armsWith
her
to
him
took
she
queen:
the
sought
hung;Then
embraces,
false
and
play,
children's
long,With
hero
the
about
god
guileful
boy.The
the
admires
and
presents,
the
joy,Beholds
tumultuous
and
insatiate,
eyes
flame,)With
disastrous
love's
to
doom'd
dame,(Already
royal
the
rest,
the
above
far
entwine.But,
flow'rs
rich
and
foliage
wand'ring
divine,Which
veil
and
vest
the
unprais'd
pass
disguise;Nor
god's
the
all
and
shape,
and
voice,
motions,
eyes,His
radiant
his
cheeks,
rosy-color'd
amaze,His
more
with
boy
beauteous
the
view
gaze,But
wonder
with
gifts
Trojan
the
on
rest.All
couches
painted
the
on
and
feast,Approach,
the
to
admitted
train,
Tyrian
wine.The
the
serve
to
and
dishes,
the
place
joinTo
many,
as
twice
virgins
and
youths,
adore:Then
gods
the
fumes
with
and
censers,
boreThe
order
long
in
handmaids
fifty
dry.Next
towels
silken
with
wash'd,
having
supply,And,
hands
their
for
water
attendants
high;Th'
on
heap'd
are
bread
with
canisters
rest.Then
the
sate
order
in
side;
her
next
guestWas
princely
her
bed:
golden
a
on
state,High
shining
in
lords,
Trojan
the
sateAmidst
already
queen
The
gifts.
the
brought
pace,And
shorter
a
with
Achates
face,Foll'wing
and
form
his
assum'd
meantime
bed.Cupid
flow'ry
a
on
him
lays
softly
head,And
his
crowns
myrtle
of
wreath
a
with
groves,Then
blissful
her
to
him
bears
gently
Loves,She
of
train
a
amidst
lap,
her
in
eyes:Lull'd
his
seals
slumber
pleasing
a
in
flies,And
Ascanius
young
to
then
goddess
delight.The
takes
resemblance
sweet
the
in
sight,And
mother's
his
in
Iulus
walks
pride;He
plumy
his
and
quiver,
and
bow
asideHis
sets
and
obeys,
Love
of
God
veins."The
her
in
venom
thy
infuse
may'st
constrains,Thou
arms
her
in
kisses
sweet
with
breast,And
her
on
thee
fonds
and
hugs
Tyrian
feast,The
the
of
fervor
the
amidst
when,
face;That
dissembled
boy's
a
assume
boy,
a
space:Thyself
revolving
night's
a
for
only
graceBut
the
beg
I
shape.
and
form
his
thou
cheat.Take
the
prevent
none
and
unseen,
pass
deceitMay
sweet
the
that
Cythera,
high
keep,Or
to
bow'rs
Idalian
in
ravish'd,
sleep,And,
pleasing
in
boy
the
plunge
to
mean
court.I
the
gain
and
queen,
the
gratify
port,To
the
from
laden,
presents
with
come,
design'dTo
is
father
his
by
mind:Ascanius
my
take
now
perform'd,
be
may
this
cure.How
can
art
nor
change,
can
age
neither
sure,As
so
strong,
so
violent,
so
love
heart:A
Phoenician's
proud
the
love
with
fire
art,And
her
prevent
to
needful
is
't
this
reigns.For
Juno
where
town
the
suspect
I
detains;But
blandishment
with
now
Dido
pains.Him
his
me
with
mourn'd
thou
hast
often
life;And
brother's
thy
attempts
fraud,
and
force
wife,By
revengeful
Jove's
how
son,
my
know'st,
relies.Thou
faith
thy
and
succor
thy
on
flies,And
mother
much-afflicted
thy
thee
throne,To
awful
his
on
Thund'rer
the
aloneControls
pow'r
mighty
whose
strength,
my
son,
spoke:"My
she
Love
winged
to
alarm'd,
thus
broke,And
slumbers
golden
her
night
by
thoughts
belong'd.These
care
Juno's
to
town
the
knew
double-tongued,And
Tyrians,
the
fear'd
she
much
shed:For
poison
gentle
the
veins
Eliza's
in
stead,And
nephew's
her
in
presents,
the
bring
grace;Should
sprightly
the
and
Ascanius,
sweet
faceOf
and
shape
the
assume
should
Cupid
prepares:That
designs
new
and
tries,
counsels
affairs,New
son's
her
for
anxious
Venus,
shows.But
duty
his
diligence
his
in
goes,And
Achates
wise
the
thus,
gold.Instructed
with
one
and
gems,
with
set
order
behold,One
to
glorious
texture,
double
woreOf
she
crown
the
and
necklace,
orient
bore,Her
daughter
eldest
Priam's
scepter
flame;The
on
world
the
set
and
Troy
ruin
cameTo
she
when
present,
Leda's
mother
wrought,Her
foliage
winding
and
flow'rs
golden
brought,With
adultress
fam'd
the
by
Argos
attire,From
rich
Helen's
once
vest,
upper
wire;An
golden
with
stiff
tissue,
of
robe
Troy:A
unhappy
of
ruins
the
from
boy,Snatch'd
the
bring
to
gifts,
precious
with
fraught
past,And,
the
of
relation
glad
a
give
haste,To
in
ships
the
to
Achates
bear,Dispatch'd
longer
no
could
absence
careIulus'
paternal
Aeneas,
good
queen.The
present
the
to
founder
first
their
men,From
illustrious
of
figures
and
fights
seenThe
were
sides
the
on
where
work,
curious
cost),Of
the
to
inferior
itself
gold
emboss'd(The
gold
of
all
vases,
antique
shine,And
sideboards
the
plate
massy
of
loads
dine;With
they
wrought,
richly
carpets,
Tyrian
halls:On
splendid
in
made
are
feasts
sumptuous
walls,And
palace
the
clothe
hangings
purple
souls.Now
drooping
sailors'
the
cheer
to
gives,
bowlsShe
spacious
and
wine
gen'rous
of
jars
dams;And
milky
their
attend
cries,
bleating
lambs,With
hundred
a
boars,
hundred
a
sends;Besides
she
ships
the
to
oxen
fat
ten
friends,Twice
absent
her
for
careful
less
yet
feast.Nor
a
proclaim'd
and
incense,
offer'd
guest;Then
her
led
palace
the
to
and
said,
own."She
my
like
so
woes
pity
to
learn
unknown,I
land
a
in
alien
an
you,
rest;Like
of
place
this
me
afforded
Heav'n
distress'd,Till
been
have
you,
like
myself,
I
kind:For
a
yet
welcome,
costly
a
not
find,If
shall
you
and
guest,
noble
my
rais'd.Enter,
Trojans
from
ancestry
own
his
prais'd,And
valor
Dardan
the
himself
foe
blood.Your
illustrious
your
and
chiefs,
Grecian
understood,The
I
siege
Trojan
the
him
war.From
successful
the
finish'd
conqu'ring,
bare,And,
region
the
made
Cyprus,
swordInvaded
and
fire
with
then
Belus
father
restor'd:My
be
to
aid,
father's
my
sought
exil'd,And
Salamis
from
came,
Teucer
child,When
a
then
tho'
mind,
my
into
calls
shore?It
Idaean
th'
on
Anchises
fam'd
boreTo
Venus
fair
whom
Aeneas
same
claim?The
lineage
your
seed
celestial
from
fame,Who
to
known
Aeneas,
great
the
you
shores?Are
barren
our
on
shipwrack'd
you
cast
pow'rsHave
angry
what
goddess-born;
O
fate,
began:"What
thus
and
stood,
recollected
man;Then
the
admir'd
more
fortunes,
his
grace;Admir'd
his
with
ravish'd
motions,
his
with
face,Pleas'd
his
upon
fix'd
stood
queen
Tyrian
rest.The
the
to
descended
turns
by
so
press'd;And
Gyas
noble
the
and
breastCloanthus
his
to
then
left;
his
with
grac'd,Serestus
was
Ilioneus
hand
right
his
embrac'd:With
friends
expecting
his
joyful
haste,And
pious
with
turn'd
he
said,
having
mind."Thus
my
in
present
be
shall
image
assign'd,Your
has
fortune
my
abode
die.Whate'er
never
shall
praise
and
name,
honor,
supply,Your
shades
with
tops
mountain
the
trees
sun;While
radiant
the
heav'n
of
space
the
round
run,And
shall
seas
into
rivers
rolling
birth.While
you
gave
mortal
than
more
parents
earth,And
this
and
happy,
is
age
this
you
desert!In
own
its
requite
worth,
of
heart.Conscious
gen'rous
your
gods,
the
all
than
more
mind,And,
heav'nly
their
touch
mercy
of
acts
inclin'd;If
are
goodness
to
gods
if
gods,
mourn?The
exile
in
world,
the
thro'
scatter'd
return,Who,
fugitives
wretched
can
thanks
entertain:What
palace
your
in
strangers
train,And
wand'ring
a
town
your
in
poor;Associate
the
relieve
rites
hospitable
shore,With
friendly
your
on
shipwreck'd
the
Troy;Receive
abandon'd
of
relics
the
save
employTo
offices
pious
your
who
oppress,You,
wants
and
pursues,
fate
whom
those
redressOf
and
refuge
the
majesty,
alone.Fair
you
to
life
his
owes
that
prince
throne,A
your
before
queen,
gracious
coast;Presenting,
Libyan
your
on
shipwreck
from
sav'd
toss'd,And
tempests
by
I;
am
seek
you
whom
spoke:"He
he
modesty
manly
with
thus
broke,And
he
cloud
circling
the
from
radiant
gold:Thus
in
enchas'd
when
marble,
Parian
behold,Or
to
beauteous
ivory,
polish'd
face;Like
his
on
vigor
youthful
a
breath'd
grace,And
sparkling
a
eyes
rolling
his
giv'n
shine,And
temples
his
made
and
locks,
curling
his
form'd
divine,Had
hands
her
with
goddess,
mother
bright.His
serenely
and
visage,
in
sight,August
open
in
appear'd
chief
Trojan
day.The
in
dissolv'd
and
upward
flew
mists
way,The
gave
cloud
the
when
spoken,
he
had
said."Scarce
mother
your
what
with
agrees
rest
paid;The
forfeit
our
fate
his
in
main.Orontes
the
in
swallow'd
and
Storm,
the
vainOppose
in
saw
we
him
and
wants;
only
secure?One
friends
your
and
safety,
in
fleet
sure,Your
welcome
your
desire,
you
can
more
delay?What
long
this
goddess-born,
O
whence,
way:"From
his
urg'd
thus
and
it,
found
cloud:Achates
ambient
his
out
from
break
to
long'd
stood,And
hero
Trojan
the
mind
his
in
guest."Rais'd
a
desir'd
so
and
renown'd
so
questOf
in
woods,
shady
and
wilds,
and
towns,
shore,And
winding
ev'ry
of
creeks
and
ports
exploreThe
command,
my
by
shall,
people
king.My
wand'ring
your
coasts
Carthaginian
bringOn
would
felt,
you
Storm,
the
Heav'n,
to
would
yours.And
are
myself
and
city,
my
wealth,
tow'rs,My
Tyrian
the
defend
to
and
raise
pow'rsTo
friendly
your
join
and
stay,
you
would
guard:Or,
your
for
convoy
of
ships
with
sail,
repair'd,And
fleet
your
receiv'd,
be
shall
men
government,Your
Acestes'
good
the
seek
intent,You
first
your
from
tempests
by
driv'n
bent,Or,
is
course
your
shores
Latian
to
influence.Whether
Phoebus'
from
remote
so
sense,Nor
of
devoid
so
not
are
Tyrians
race?We
Phrygian
the
of
valor
and
fame
place,The
native
your
of
fortune
and
name
woes,The
your
of
story
the
heard
not
has
foes.Who
foreign
from
coast
my
guard
to
me
state,Force
unsettled
an
attending
doubts
fate,And
cruel
my
fears;
your
dismiss
replies:"Trojans,
thus
briefly
then
speech;
the
eyes,Ponder'd
downcast
with
while,
a
queen
modest
renew.The
request
his
clamors
and
cries
crewWith
Trojan
the
Ilioneus:
spoke
mourn."Thus
losses
common
our
friends
our
with
return,And
may
Acestes
good
to
we
shore,That
friendly
your
from
navy
our
more,Dismiss
no
be
Iulus
young
our
if
main,And
Libyan
the
in
swallow'd
art
thou
ordainThat
Fates
the
men,
of
best
O
if,
pursue.But
Italy
and
course,
destin'd
renewOur
may
we
safe,
be
prince
our
if
oars,That,
and
planks
with
woods
your
from
shores,Refitted
your
on
shelter
a
ships
our
boasts.Permit
lineage
Trojan
Acestes
King
coasts,Where
Sicilian
nor
cities,
not
want
augment.We
perhaps
and
equal,
will
he
repent,Which
offices
these
queen,
great
you,
despair;Nor
shall
safety
of
friends,
his
we,
air,Nor
vital
this
draws
and
lives,
he
yet
word.If
his
of
religious
right,
the
of
sword;Observant
a
drew
never
warrior,
nobler
lord,Or
juster
a
prince:
our
was
cause.Aeneas
our
revenge
will
and
just,
are
gods
laws,The
human
nor
rights,
hospitable
draws,Nor
compassion
no
fortune
hard
our
again?If
seas
cruel
the
to
us
drive
men,And
drowning
to
shore
desart
a
up
place,Shut
the
of
customs
barb'rous
what
laws,
race,What
inhuman
what
monsters,
what
men,
here.What
shipwreck
a
interpose,
you
fear,Unless
and
Storm,
the
escap'd
see
you
few
shore.Those
rocky
the
upon
rest
the
dash'd
and
roar,Dispers'd
mighty
with
South,
the
on;
came
sea
sand:The
moving
the
on
vessels
torn
our
land,Cast
of
sight
from
far
and,
course,
our
elementDisturb'd
warring
ev'ry
and
winds
bent,When
voyage
our
was
region
sweet
that
name.To
leader's
the
from
Italia,
call'd
fameNow
common
by
once-
it
held
Oenotrians
bold-Th'
are
men
the
and
fruitful,
is
soil
old;The
of
nam'd
Hesperia
is,
there
land
aspire.A
thoughts
such
to
not
dare
vanquish'd
desire;The
our
is
such
nor
strength,
our
such
away:Nor
swains
the
force
country,
the
drive
prey,To
wasteful
of
design
with
not
come
race!We
pious
a
of
remnant
the
spare
grace,And
to
fugitives
unhappy
th'
deface!Receive
to
shipping
our
fires
the
implore.Forbid
clemency
thy
sea,
to
sea
shore,From
ev'ry
on
toss'd
Trojans,
wretched
reign,We
thy
beneath
inhabitants
wild
restrainThe
to
statutes
with
town,
a
build
abodes,To
new
these
in
empire
an
found
godsTo
the
of
favor
by
indulg'd
queen!
began:"O
Ilioneus
voice,
lowly
with
thus,
fane;Then
holy
the
fill'd
they
cries
with
queen.Ent'ring,
gracious
the
to
admission
gain
men,And
sickly
their
land
to
leave
for
sue
rest,To
the
by
commission'd
sent,
were
these
request;For
their
was
what
and
came,
they
why
fate,And
their
what
and
ships,
their
left
they
where
state,And
present
their
told
they
till
surveys,Impatient
friends
his
cloud
hollow
the
from
stays,And
he
event,
wish'd
the
of
doubtful
hands;But,
their
join
to
haste,
joyful
with
longs,
stands,And
wonder
with
surpris'd
unseen,
prince,
coast.The
another
on
scatter'd
widely
toss'd,And
billows
the
on
tempest
the
late
throng,Whom
Trojan
mighty
a
backs
their
at
strong,And
Cloanthus
grave,
Sergestus
friends,Antheus,
his
sees
unexpected
and
eyes,
bendsHis
Aeneas
chance
by
way
decides.Another
lots
by
there
unequal,
where
divides,And,
she
portions
equal
in
tasks
cause;Their
private
ev'ry
determines
and
laws,Hears
dispenses
and
petitions,
takes
join.She
people
swarming
the
around,
crowds