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Henry James Pye (Генри Джеймс Пай)


A Greek Scolion, or Song by Callistratus, on Harmodius and Aristogeiton


In myrtle wreaths my sword I bear,
As, fir'd by zeal, the illustrious pair
Conceal'd from view the avenging sword
The haughty Tyrant's breast that gor'd,
And Athen's equal rights restor'd.
Belov'd Harmodius! Death in vain
O'er thee usurp'd a transient reign.
Those happy Isles thy footsteps tread
Where amaranthine flowers are shed
On Peleus' Son, and Diomed.
In myrtle wreaths my sword I bear,
As, fir'd by zeal, the illustrious pair
Their patriot weapons veil'd from sight,
When in Minerva's solemn rite
Hipparchus sunk to endless night.
Eternal glory's deathless meed
Shall, lov'd Harmodius, crown thy deed,
And brave Aristogeiton's sword,
Because the Tyrant's breast ye gor'd,
And Athens' equal rights restor'd.



Henry James Pye's other poems:
  1. Elegy 8
  2. Elegy 9
  3. Sonnet I, Written at Cliefden Spring
  4. Song (Let no Shepherd sing to me)
  5. Lenore


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