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First Line: Anaxagoras' ward was as true as his lord, but to talk to a little austere
Last Line: But whatever he wrote, from his honey-sweet throat a siren-song came to the ear.
Subject(s): Euripides (484-406 B.c.)


ANAXAGORAS' ward was as true as his lord, but to talk to a little austere.
Jokes were not in his line, and not even in wine had he learned how to jape or
to jeer;
But whatever he wrote, from his honey-sweet throat a Siren-song came to the ear.





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