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The ring-fence of thy teeth 1 Was't not thyself
Who counselled this, that when Odysseus comes.
He may requite them .'' But (thou hast the power).
Send thou Telemachus with guidance true ;
So may he scatheless gain his father-land,
And the foiled suitors go the way they came."
He said : and turning to his son beloved,
Hermes, he gave command. " Go, Hermes, tejl
The fair-haired Nymph, (for errands oft are thine,)
How patient-souled Odysseus shall depart ;
And that not by the sending of the gods
Or mortal men ; but on a well-bound bark
Through many hardships, on the twentieth day
He shall land safe on fruitful Scheria's shore.