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Rint H. Danas
Juis is Jove, who, deaft pnpsed,
She now first shuddered ; for in him, so nigh,
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR.
IPHIGENEIA AND AGAMEMNON. IPHIGENEIA, when she heard her doom At Aulis, and when all beside the king Had gone away, took his right hand, and said : “O father ! I am young and very happy. I do not think the pious Calchas heard Distinctly what the goddess spake; old age Obscures the senses. If my nurse, who knew My voice so well, sometimes misunderstood, While I was resting on her knee both arms, And hitting it to make her mind my words, And looking in her face, and she in mine, Might not he, also, hear one word amiss, Spoken from so far off, even from Olympus ?”. The father placed his cheek upon her head, And tears dropt down it; but the king of men Replied not. Then the maiden spake once more: “O father ! sayest thou nothing? Hearest thou
not Me, whom thou ever hast, until this hour, Listened to fondly, and awakened me To hear my voice amid the voice of birds, When it was inarticulate as theirs, And the down deadened it within the nest ?' He moved her gently from him, silent still ; And this, and this alone, brought tears from her, Although she saw fate nearer. Then with sighs : “ I thought to have laid down my hair before Benignant Artemis, and not dimmed Her polished altar with my virgin blood ; I thought to have selected the white flowers To please the nymphs, and to have asked of each By name, and with no sorrowful regret, Whether, since both my parents willed the change, I might at Hymen's feet bend my clipt brow; And (after these who mind us girls the most) Adore our own Athene, that she would Regard me mildly with her azure eyes, But, father, to see you no more, and see Your love, O father ! go ere I am gone !” Gently he moved her off, and drew her back, Bending his lofty head far over hers; And the dark depths of nature heaved and burst.