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i 1 closed in her strong and brassbound tower she lay in tomblike deep confine. yet she was gendered, o my child! from sires of noblest line, and treasured for the highest the golden rain. fated misfortune hath a power so fell: not wealth, nor warfare wild, nor dark spraydashing coursers of the main against great destiny may once rebel. he too in darksome durance was compressed, i 2 king of edonians, dryas hasty son[5], in eyeless vault of stone immured by dionysus hest, all for a wrathful jest. fierce madness issueth in such fatal flower. he found twas mad to taunt the heavenly power, chilling the maenad breast kindled with bacchic fire, and with annoy angering the muse that in the flute hath joy. and near twin rocks that guard the colchian sea,ii 1 bosporian cliffs fore salmydessus rise, where neighbouring ares from his shrine beheld phineus two sons[6] by female fury quelled. with cursèd wounding of their sightreft eyes, that cried to heaven to venge the iniquity. the shuttles sharpness in a cruel hand dealt the dire blow, not struck with martial brand. but chiefly for her piteous lot they pined, ii 2 who was the source of their rejected birth. she touched the lineage of erechtheus old; whence in far caves her life did erst unfold, cradled mid storms, daughter of northern wind, steedswift oer all steep places of the earth. yet even on her, though reared of heavenly kind, the longenduring fates at last took hold. _enter_ tiresias, _led by a boy._ tiresias. we are come, my lords of thebes, joint wayfarers, one having eyes for both. the blind must still thus move in frail dependence on a guide. cr. and what hath brought thee, old tirésias, now? ti. i will instruct thee, if thou wilt hear my voice. cr. i have not heretofore rejected thee. ti. therefore thy pilotage hath saved this city. cr. grateful experience owns the benefit. ti. take heed. again thou art on an edge of peril. cr. what is it? how i shudder at thy word! ti. the tokens of mine art shall make thee know. as i was sitting on that ancient seat of divination, where i might command sure cognisance of every bird of the air, i heard strange clamouring of fowl, that screeched in furious dissonance; and, i could tell, talons were bloodily engagedthe whirr of wings told a clear tale. at once, in fear, i tried burnt sacrifice at the high altar: where from the offering the fire god refused to gleam; but a dank humour from the bones dripped on the embers with a sputtering fume. the gall was spirited high in air, the thighs lay wasting, bared of their enclosing fat. such failing tokens of blurred augury this youth reported, who is guide to me, as i to others. and this evil state is come upon the city from thy will: because our altarsyea, our sacred hearths are everywhere infected from the mouths of dogs or beak of vulture that hath fed on oedipus unhappy slaughtered son. and then at sacrifice the gods refuse our prayers and savour of the thighbone fat and of ill presage is the thickening cry of bird that battens upon human gore now, then, my son, take thought. a man may err; but he is not insensate or foredoomed to ruin, who, when he hath lapsed to evil, stands not inflexible, but heals the harm. the obstinate man still earns the name of fool. urge not contention with the dead, nor stab the fallen. what valour is t to slay the slain? i have thought well of this, and say it with care; and careful counsel, that brings gain withal, is precious to the understanding soul. cr. i am your mark, and ye with one consent all shoot your shafts at me. nought left untried, not even the craft of prophets, by whose crew i am bought and merchandised long since. go on! traffic, get gain, electrum from the mine of lydia, and the gold of ind! yet know, greybeard! ye neer shall hide him in a tomb. no, not if heavens own eagle chose to snatch and bear him to the throne supreme for food, even that pollution should not daunt my heart to yield permission for his funeral. for well know i defilement neer can rise from man to god. but, old tirésias, hear! even wisest spirits have a shameful fall that fairly speak base words for love of gain. ti. ah! where is wisdom? who considereth? cr
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