Tir'esias Warns Odysseus

`You, bright Odysseus, seek a honey-sweet homecoming, but a god will make it harsh.

I do not think you can elude the lord

who makes earth tremble, for his heart has stored

much fury since you blinded his dear son.

But even so - though sadly tried - you can

return to your own home if you would check

your will and your dear comrades' once you've left

behind the violet sea and your stout ship

has touched Thrin'acia, ...'

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