Quotation by Dante Alighieri

The infernal storm, eternal in its rage, sweeps and drives the spirits with its blast; it whirls them, lashing them with punishment. When they are swept back past their place of judgment then come the shrieks, laments, and anguished cries; there they blaspheme God's almighty power.
Dante Alighieri (1265–1321), Italian poet. "Inferno," cto. 5, l. 31-6, The Divine Comedy (c. 1307-1321), trans. by Mark Musa (1971).

The whirlwind of the Lustful, in the second circle of Hell.
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