May 10, 2017
By Anonymous

Mount Neions wind blown robe of leaves
Lofty in the coastal sea
Years of rough adventures, weathered under zues
My men were mutiny is
No ship made sail next day
Storms against the ships
Nine days I drifted
We came to the coast line of the lotus eaters
All three wailing
We moved out again
We saw a cavern
No man turned away
We climbed
But cyclops had gone afield
Here we stand
We cried aloud
My heart beat high now
My name is nobody
Why do you cry
Nobody's tricked me
The gains blind hands blundering
A giant wave
Zues dedained my offer
Dawn with fingertips of rose
We moved out

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