Hesiod quotes - 10 of
Love, the fairest among the undying gods, who loosens the limbs of all gods and men,
conquers resolve and prudent counsel wit ...
There dwell the children of the dark Night, the dread gods Sleep and Death.
Whoever happens to give birth to mischievous children lives always with unending grief in his spirit and heart.
Happy is the man whom the Muses love: sweet speech flows from his mouth.
Whoever, fleeing marriage and the sorrows that women cause, does not wish to wed comes to a deadly old age.
It is not possible either to trick or escape the mind of Zeus.
Evil can be got very easily and exists in quantity: the road to her is very smooth, and she lives near by. But between us and virt
Admire a small ship, but put your freight in a large one; for the larger the load, the greater will be the profit upon profit.
How easily some light report is set about, but how difficult to bear.
Do not put all your goods in hollow ships.
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