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Antiques - Phoebus and Hermes Post by :German_Girl Category :Poems Author :Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe Date :July 2011 Read :1673

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Antiques - Phoebus and Hermes

Phoebus and Hermes


DELOS' stately ruler, and Maia's son, the adroit one,

Warmly were striving, for both sought the great prize to obtain.
Hermes the lyre demanded, the lyre was claim'd by Apollo,

Yet were the hearts of the foes fruitlessly nourish'd by hope.
For on a sudden Ares burst in, with fury decisive,

Dashing in twain the gold toy, brandishing wildly his sword.
Hermes, malicious one, laughed beyond measure; yet deep-seated sorrow

Seized upon Phoebus's heart, seized on the heart of each Muse.

1799.

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