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Sophocles, Ajax (ed. Sir Richard Jebb), line 880 (search)
Chorus Who, then, can guide me? What toilingfisherman, busy about his sleepless hunt, what nymph of the Olympian heights or of the streams that flow towardBosporus, can say whether she has anywhere seen the wanderings of fierce-hearted Ajax? It is cruel that I, who have roamed with such great toil, cannot come near him with a fair course,but fail to see where the enfeebled man is. Enter Tecmessa near the corpse of Ajax. Tecmessa Ah, me, ah, me! Chorus Whose cry broke from that nearby grove? Tecmessa Ah, misery! Chorus There, I see his unfortunate young bride, who was the prize of his spear,Tecmessa, dissolved in that pitiful wailing. Tecmessa I am lost, destroyed, razed to the ground, my friends! Chorus What is it? Tecmessa Here is our Ajax—his blood newly shed, he lies folded around the sword, burying it. Chorus Ah, no! Our homecoming is lost! Ah, my king, you have killed me, the comrade of your voyage! Unhappy man—broken-hearted woman! Tecmessa His condition demands that we