and the rest of the ode, in which Horace represents the state under the semblance of a ship, the civil wars as tempests, and peace and good-will as the haven.
O ship, new waves will bear thee back to sea.
What dost thou? Make the haven, come what may,Hor. Od. i. xiv. 1.
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