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Phoebus Apollo Quotes

Five of the best book quotes from Phoebus Apollo
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“Ah, wretched me! that love is not to be cured by any herbs; and that those arts which afford relief to all, are of no avail for their master.”
Henry Thomas Riley
Ovid
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Metamorphoses
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Phoebus
Phoebus Apollo
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greek mythology
lovesickness
herbs
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“He gave utterance to sighs fetched from the bottom of his heart (for it is not allowed the celestial features to be bathed with tears).”
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“But do thou have a care, my son, that I be not the occasion of a gift fatal to thee, and while the matter still permits, alter thy intentions.”
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“But since thou canst not be my wife, at least thou shalt be my tree; my hair, my lyre, my quiver shall always have thee, oh laurel!”
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His descent was like nightfall.
Homer
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night
stealth
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