Euripides

(480 – 406 / Greece)

Life's Perplexing Maze - Poem by Euripides

A thousand shapes our varying Fates assume,
The Gods perform what we could least expect,
And oft' the things for which we fondly hop'd
Come not to pass: but Heaven still finds a clue
To guide our steps through life's perplexing maze.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 22, 2012



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