O Sappho, Who Wrongs You? — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE


Sappho, fr. 1 Many-minded immortal Aphrodite, Child of Zeus, plot weaver, I implore you: Don’t with vexations and frustrations break My heart, O queen. Instead, come here, if ever in past times From far off you heard, and heeded, my calls; And quitting your father’s golden palace, You came, After yoking the chariot. Small birds,…

O Sappho, Who Wrongs You? — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE

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