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Aeneas oversees and shares the toil, Cheers on his mates, and swings a woodman's steel. But, sad at heart with many a doubt and care, O'erlooks the forest wide; then prays aloud : “0, that the Golden Bough from this vast grove Might o'er me shine! For, 0 Aeolides, The oracle foretold thy fate, too well!” Scarce had he spoken, when a pair of doves Before his very eyes flew down from heaven To the green turf below; the prince of Troy Knew them his mother's birds, and joyful cried, “0, guide me on, whatever path there be! In airy travel through the woodland fly, To where yon rare branch shades the blessed ground. Fail thou not me, in this my doubtful hour, 0 heavenly mother!” So saying, his steps lie stayed, Close watching whither they should signal give; The lightly-feeding doves flit on and on, Ever in easy ken of following eyes, Till over foul Avernus' sulphurous throat Swiftly they lift them through the liquid air, In silent flight, and find a wished-for rest On a twy-natured tree, w