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Publication Date: 2003
Publisher: Random House Inc
Sappho, Carson, Anne
Fragment 22 ] ]work ]face ] ] if not, winter ]no pain ] ]I bid you sing of Gongyla, Abanthis, taking up your lyre as (now again) longing floats around you. you beauty. For her dress when you saw it stirred you. And I rejoice. In fact she herself once blamed me Kyprogeneia because I prayed this word: I want Fragment 47 Eros shook my mind like a mountain wind falling on oak trees Fragment 52 I would not think to touch the sky with two arms Fragment 56 not one girl I think who looks on the light of the sun will ever have wisdom like this Fragment 147 someone will remember us I say even in another time Fragment 162 with what eyes?Sappho is the author of 'If Not, Winter Fragments of Sappho', published 2003 under ISBN 9780375724510 and ISBN 0375724516.
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