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Homer Sayings

Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And

Homer Sayings: Then Thus Incensed, The Paphian Queen Replies: "Obey The Power From Whom Thy Glories Rise: Should Venus Leave Thee, Every Charm Must Fly, Fade From Thy Cheek, And Languish In Thy Eye. Cease To Provoke Me, Lest I Make Thee More The World's Aversion, Than Their Love Before; Now The Bright Prize For Which Mankind Engage, Than, The Sad Victim, Of The Public Rage." At This, The Fairest Of Her Sex Obey'd, And