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Ceyx And Alcione lV


Poor Alcione was sick with grief and couldn't sleep or eat, which was partly ok because she felt she was getting fat. But the insomnia was tough. Night after night she lay awake, praying. She fasted, lit candles and burned certain leaves that she bought off a witch. In those days they didn't have email or even telephones, which was fine in many ways. The queen of the Gods, Juno, heard her. Unable to bear it any longer (Ceyx being dead) she said to her secretary:

'Iris, this has got to stop. The poor girl. Quick, a dream. Tell her the truth-her husband sleeps with the fishes. And be quick, please.'
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Hits & posts of the poem: Ceyx And Alcione lV

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1 04/24/2014 Thursday 1
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2 12/22/2013 Sunday 1
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3 03/28/2013 Thursday 1
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4 12/13/2012 Thursday 1
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5 12/09/2012 Sunday 1
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6 12/07/2012 Friday 1
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7 12/05/2012 Wednesday 1
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8 12/03/2012 Monday 1
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9 12/02/2012 Sunday 1
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10 11/29/2012 Thursday 1
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Total 10 0
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