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The Blinding Of Polyphemus

Discoid, huge, shining like the sun
redder, though, and far more irritated
shocking to see, pulsing, infiltrated,
starred with veins and veins,
the one sole eye of Polyphemus shone
wicked, hippic
and dilated with the drink it had absorbed-
hooded, half, in drowsy-drunken slumber.
The cave, the cave stank of sheeps' dung and nard
and shook, shook with the grumblings of thunder

while the fire higher burned
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