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Chorus No Dionysus is here, no dances, no Bacchic worship and carrying his wand, no ecstatic noise of drums by the gushing springs of water, no fresh drops of wine. Nor on Mount Nysa can I join the Nymphs in singing the song ‘Iacchos Iacchos’ to Aphrodite, whom I swiftly pursued in company with white-footed Bacchants. Ah me, lord Dionysus, where are you faring without your companions, shaking your golden hair? I, your attendant, serve this one-eyed Cyclops, a slave in exile, dressed in this wretched goat-skin cloak and deprived of your friendship
Enter the Cyclops with retinue by Eisodos A. Cyclops Give way, make way! What is going on here? What means this slackness? Why this Bacchic holiday? Here is no Dionysus, no bronze castanets, no rattle of drums. How fare my new-born lambs in the cave? Are they at the teat and running to their mothers' sides? The milk for cheeses—has it been put in rush buckets? What say you? This club will soon make someone cry. Look up, not down! Chorus-Leader looking up at Polyphemus There! My head is turned up toward Zeus himself and the stars, and I see Orion! Cyclops Is my dinner well prepared? Chorus-Leader It is: just be sure your gullet is ready. Cyclops Are the mixing-bowls filled with milk as well? Chorus-Leader So much that you can drink an entire storage-jar if you like. Cyclops Cows' milk or sheep's or a mixture of both? Chorus-Leader Whatever you like. Just don't swallow me down. Cyclops I wouldn't think of it: you would be the death of me with your dance-steps, leaping arou