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ow not if a mere thief or a spy. ATHENA becomes visible again, but seems changed and her voice softer. ATHENA. Have comfort thou! Doth not the Cyprian's eye Mark all thy peril and keep watch above Thy battles? How shall I forget the love I owe thee, and thy faithful offices? To crown this day and all its victories, Lo, I have guided here to Troy a strong Helper, the scion of the Muse of song And Strymon's flood, the crownèd stream of Thrace. PARIS (standing like one in a dream). Indeed thy love is steadfast, and thy grace Bounteous to Troy and me. Thou art the joy And jewel of my days, which I to Troy Have brought, and made thee hers.-O Cyprian, I heard, not clearly,-'twas some talk that ran Among the pickets-spies had passed some spot Close by the camp. The men who saw them not Talk much, and they who saw, or might have seen, Can give no sign nor token. It had been
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ENA. Have comfort thou! Doth not the Cyprian's eye Mark all thy peril and keep watch above Thy battles? How shall I forget the love I owe thee, and thy faithful offices? To crown this day and all its victories, Lo, I have guided here to Troy a strong Helper, the scion of the Muse of song And Strymon's flood, the crownèd stream of Thrace. PARIS (standing like one in a dream). Indeed thy love is steadfast, and thy grace Bounteous to Troy and me. Thou art the joy And jewel of my days, which I to Troy Have brought, and made thee hers.-O Cyprian, I heard, not clearly,-'twas some talk that ran Among the pickets-spies had passed some spot Close by the camp. The men who saw them not Talk much, and they who saw, or might have seen, Can give no sign nor token. It had been My purpose to find Hector where he lay. ATHENA. Fear nothing. All is well in Troy's array. Hector is
d Hector where he lay. ATHENA. Fear nothing. All is well in Troy's array. Hector is gone to help those Thracians sleep. PARIS. Thy word doth rule me, Goddess. Yea, so deep My trust is, that all thought of fear is lost In comfort, and I turn me to my post. ATHENA. Go. And remember that thy fortunes still Are watched by me, and they who do my will Prosper in all their ways. Aye, thou shalt prove Ere long, if I can care for those I love. Exit PARIS. She raises her voice. Back, back, ye twain! Are ye in love with death? Laertes' son, thy sword into the sheath! Our golden Thracian gaspeth in his blood; The steeds are ours; the foe hath understood And crowds against you. Haste ye! haste to fly,- Ere yet the lightning falleth, and ye die! ATHENA vanishes; a noise of tumult is heard. Enter a crowd of Thracians running in confusion, in the midst of them ODYSSEUS and DIOMEDE.