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Poems by Sappho :

Although they are

Anactoria

And their feet move

Awed

Before they were mothers

Blame Aphrodite

Cleis

Cyprian, in my dream

Drapple-thorned Aphrodite

He is more than a hero

I have no complaint

I took my lyre and said

In the spring twilight

It is the Muses

It was you, Atthis, who said

It's no use

Leto and Niobe

Must I remind you, Cleis

No Word

Prayer to Our Lady of Paphos

Sleep, darling

Sounds of grief

Standing

Tell everyone

The Muses

To any army wife

To Aphrodite

Tonight I've watched

We know this much

We put the urn abord ship

We shall enjoy it

With his venom

Words

Yes, Atthis, you may be sure

You know the place: then

You may forget but


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Although they are by Sappho

Anactoria by Sappho

And their feet move by Sappho

Awed by Sappho

Before they were mothers by Sappho

Blame Aphrodite by Sappho

Cleis by Sappho

Cyprian, in my dream by Sappho

Drapple-thorned Aphrodite by Sappho

He Is More than a Hero by Sappho

I have no complaint by Sappho

I took my lyre and said by Sappho

In the spring twilight by Sappho

It is the Muses by Sappho

It was you, Atthis, who said by Sappho

Its no use by Sappho

It's no use by Sappho

Mother, I cannot Mind my Wheel by Sappho

Must I remind you, Cleis by Sappho

No Word by Sappho

Ode to a Loved One by Sappho

Prayer to Our Lady of Paphos by Sappho

Sleep, darling by Sappho

Sounds of grief by Sappho

Standing by Sappho

Tell everyone by Sappho

The Muses by Sappho

To any army wife by Sappho

To Aphrodite by Sappho

Tonight I've watched by Sappho

We know this much by Sappho

We put the urn abord ship by Sappho

We shall enjoy it by Sappho

With his venom by Sappho

Words by Sappho

Yes, Atthis, you may be sure by Sappho

You know the place: then by Sappho

You may forget but by Sappho

 

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To Aphrodite by Sappho

You know the place: then
Leave Crete and come to us
waiting where the grove is
pleasantest, by precincts

sacred to you; incense
smokes on the altar, cold
streams murmur through the

apple branches, a young
rose thicket shades the ground
and quivering leaves pour

down deep sleep; in meadows
where horses have grown sleek
among spring flowers, dill

scents the air. Queen! Cyprian!
Fill our gold cups with love
stirred into clear nectar