Calypso quotes

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Calypso heard your call
across the gathering drift
...
"... Me? I'm not off for anywhere at all.
Sometimes I wander out of beaten ways
Half looking for the orchid Calypso."
The dangers of mass culture are much easier to define than the ideals. The foremost one, which may negate all the ideals, is an ov ...
Ulysses is son to Laertes, but he is father to Telemachus, husband to Penelope, lover of Calypso, companion in arms of the Greek w ...
This age-old truth I to thee impart
Act according to the dictates of your art
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Well, it is a good experience, to divest oneself of some tested ideals, some old standbys,
And even finding nothing to put in
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For later in the vast gloom of cities, only there you learn
How the ideas were good only because they had to die,
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I was alone
now
my beautiful peace has gone;
did I ask you here?
O you sand,
this is my command,
drown all men in slow breathless suffocation
then they may understand.
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