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but i am forced to this against myself. i cannot fight with destiny. ch. go now to do it. trust no second hand. cr. even as i am, i go. come, come, my people. here or not here, with mattocks in your hands set forth immediately to yonder hill! and, since i have taen this sudden turn, myself, who tied the knot, will hasten to unloose it. for now the fear comes over me, tis best to pass ones life in the accustomed round.[_exeunt_ chorus. o god of many a name!i 1 filling the heart of that cadmeian bride with deep delicious pride, offspring of him who wields the withering flame! thou for italias good dost care, and midst the allgathering bosom wide[7] of dêo dost preside; thou, bacchus, by ismenus winding waters mongst thebès frenzied daughters, keepst haunt, commanding the fierce dragons brood. thee oer the forkèd hilli 2 the pinewood flame beholds, where bacchai rove, nymphs of corycian grove, hard by the flowing of castalias rill. to visit theban ways, by bloomy winecliffs flushing tender bright neath far nyseian height thou movest oer the ivymantled mound, while myriad voices sound loud strains of evoe! to thy deathless praise. for thebè thou dost still uphold, ii 1 first of cities manifold, thou and the nymph whom lightning made mother of thy radiant head. come then with healing for the violent woe that oer our peopled land doth largely flow, passing the high parnassian steep or moaning narrows of the deep! come, leader of the starry quireii 2 quickpanting with their breath of fire! lord of high voices of the night, child born to him who dwells in light, appear with those who, joying in their madness, honour the sole dispenser of their gladness, thyiads of the aegean main nightlong trooping in thy train. _enter_ messenger. mess. neighbours of cadmus and amphions halls, no life of mortal, howsoeer it stand, shall once have praise or censure from my mouth; since human happiness and human woe come even as fickle fortune smiles or lours; and none can augur aught from what we see. creon erewhile to me was enviable, who saved our thebè from her enemies; then, vested with supreme authority, ruled her aright; and flourishd in his home with noblest progeny. what hath he now? nothing. for when a man is lost to joy, i count him not to live, but reckon him a living corse. riches belike are his, great riches and the appearance of a king; but if no gladness come to him, all else is shadow of a vapour, weighed with joy. ch. what new affliction heaped on sovereignty comst thou to tell? mess.they are dead; and they that live are guilty of the death. ch.the slayer, who? and who the slain? declare. mess. haemon is dead, and by a desperate hand. ch.his own, or creons? mess. by his own hand, impelled with violent wrath at creon for the murder of the maid. ch. ah, seer! how surely didst thou aim thy word! mess. so stands the matter. make of it what ye list. ch. see, from the palace cometh close to us creons unhappy wife, eurydicè. is it by chance, or heard she of her son? _enter_ eurydice. eurydice. ye men of thebes, the tidings met mine ear as i was coming forth to visit pallas with prayerful salutation. i was loosening the bar of the closed gate, when the sharp sound of mine own sorrow smote against my heart, and i fell back astonied on my maids and fainted. but the tale? tell me once more; i am no novice in adversity. mess. dear lady, i will tell thee what i saw, and hide no grain of truth: why should i soothe thy spirit with soft tales, when the harsh fact must prove me a liar? truth is always best. i duly led the footsteps of thy lord to the highest point of the plain, where still was lying, forlorn and mangled by the dogs, the corse of polynices. we besought persephonè and pluto gently to restrain their wrath, and washd him pure and clean, and then we burned the poor remains with brushwood freshly pulled, and heaped a lofty mound of his own earth above him. then we turned us to the vault, the maidens stony bridechamber of death. and from afar, round the unhallowed cell, one heard a voice of wailing loud and long, and went and told his lord: who coming near was haunted by the dim and bitter cry, and suddenly exclaiming on his fate said lamentably, my prophetic heart divined aright
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