Aeschylus Never Poems

  • 1.
    The man who rightly acts without coercion
    Will not be grieved, can never wholly sink in wretchedness;
    While the lawless criminal is forcibly dragged under
    In the current of time when from the shattered mast
  • 2.
    Up and lead the dance of Fate!
    Lift the song that mortals hate!
    Tell what rights are ours on earth,
    Over all of human birth.
  • 3.

    Our mistress bids me with all speed to call
    Aegisthus to the strangers, that he come
  • 4.
    Now do our eyes behold
    The tidings which were told:
    Twin fallen kings, twin perished hopes to mourn,
    The slayer, the slain,
  • 5.

    Now at the Seventh Gate the seventh chief,
    Thy proper mother's son, I will announce,
  • 6.
    The night was passing, and the Grecian host
    By no means sought to issue forth unseen.
    But when indeed the day with her white steeds
    Held all the earth, resplendent to behold,
Total 6 Never Poems by Aeschylus

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