that helper; nor heeded she that she was naked and unfurnished

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Why stand we here? Adieu, ye tender pair!

that helper; nor heeded she that she was naked and unfurnished

Adieu!" Whereat those maidens, with wild stare,

that helper; nor heeded she that she was naked and unfurnished

Walk'd dizzily away. Pained and hot

that helper; nor heeded she that she was naked and unfurnished

His eyes went after them, until they got

Near to a cypress grove, whose deadly maw,

In one swift moment, would what then he saw

Engulph for ever. "Stay!" he cried, "ah, stay!

Turn, damsels! hist! one word I have to say.



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