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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 5, line 1 (search)
thee from my handes. As with that word he bent His arme aloft, the foresaid Dart at Persey to have sent, What doste thou brother (Cephey cride) what madnesse moves thy minde To doe so foule a deede? is this the friendship he shall finde Among us for his good deserts? And wilt thou needes requite The saving of thy Neeces life with such a foule despight? Whome Persey hath not from thee tane: but (if thou be advisde) But Neptunes heavie wrath bicause his Sea nymphes were despisde: But horned Hammon: but the beast which from the Sea arrived On my deare bowels for to feede. That time wert thou deprived Of thy betroothed, when hir life upon the losing stoode: Onlesse perchaunce to see hir lost it woulde have done thee good, And easde thy heart to see me sad. And may it not suffice That thou didst see hir to the rocke fast bound before thine eyes And didst not helpe hir beyng both hir husband and hir Eame? Onlesse thou grudge that any man should come within my Realme To save hir life, and