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Thebes (Greece) (search for this): card 1710
Antigone Go to unhappy exile; stretch forth your dear hand, my old father, taking me to guide you, like a breeze that guides the ships. Oedipus See, I am advancing; be my guide, my poor child. Antigone I am, I am! The saddest maiden of all in Thebes. Oedipus Where am I placing my aged step? Bring my staff, child. Antigone This way, this way, come to me, place your steps here, like a dream in your strength. Oedipus Oh, oh, driving the old man in most wretched flight from the country! Oh, oh! the terrible sorrows I have endured! Antigone Why do you speak of enduring? Justice does not see the wicked, and does not requite follies. Oedipus I am the one who came into high songs of victory, because I guessed the baffling riddle of the girl, half-maiden. Antigone You are bringing up again the reproach of the Sphinx. Talk no more of past success. This misery was in store for you all the while, to become an exile from your country and die anywhere. Leaving to my girlhood friends