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You carry along the unyielding hearts of the immortals, Aphrodite, and the hearts of men, and with you is he [1270] of the many-colored wings, surrounding them with his swift pinions. Eros flies over the earth and over the loud-roaring salt sea and bewitches the one on whose frenzied mind he darts, [1275] winged and gold-gleaming, he bewitches the whelps of the mountain and those of the sea, what the earth brings forth and what the blazing sun looks down upon, [1280] and likewise mortal men. Over all these, Aphrodite, you alone hold your honored sway.

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