Iliad - Homer

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And this shall be a great oath before you: some day longing for Achilleus will come to the sons of the Achaians, all of them. Then stricken at heart though you be, you will be able to do nothing, when in their numbers before man-slaughtering Hecktor they drop and die. And then you will eat out your heart within you in sorrow, that you did no honor to the best of the Achaians.

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slowtyper237 3 years, 1 month ago
I wonder if hearts taste good.

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