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Even so I, indulging my grief in Ionian strains,  pain my tender face summered by Nile's sun and my heart unexercised in tears; and I gather the flowers of grief, anxious whether there is any friendly kinsman here to champion our band  which has fled from the haze-shrouded land.
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