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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Brookes More), Book 13, line 750 (search)
under slights, if you avoided all men: why reject the Cyclops for the love that Acis gives? And why prefer his smiles to my embraces, but let him please himself, andbrush and forests, that he knows so well: when that fierce monster saw me and my Acis— we neither knew nor guessed our fate—he roared: ‘I see you and you never will a noise; and I amazed with horror, plunged into the adjoining sea. “My loved one, Acis turned his back and fled and cried out, ‘Help me Galatea, help! 0, let your pareburied him entirely. “Then I did the only thing the Fates permitted me: I let my Acis take ancestral power of river deities. The purple blood flowed from beneath the s waist, his new horns circled with entwining reeds, and the youth certainly was Acis, though he was of larger stature and his face and features all were azure. Acis was of larger stature and his face and features all were azure. Acis changed into a stream which ever since that time has flowed there and retained its fo