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Far Its away a mighty mounfeet were wrapped in head in wreaths of cloud; and Perseus knew that its was Atlas, who He came to the holds the heavens and the earth apart. mountain, and leapt on shore, and wandered pleasant valleys and waterfalls, and tall trees and upward, among strange ferns and flowers ; but there was no smoke from rising any glen, nor house, nor sign of man. At last he heard sweet voices singing; and he guessed that he was come Evening They to the garden of the Nymphs, the daughters of the Star.
She lifted up her face, and kissed him ; and Perseus laughed for joy, and flew upward, while Andromeda crouched trembling on the rock, waiting for what might befall. On came the great sea-monster, coasting along like a huge black galley, lazily breasting the ripple, and stopping at times by creek or headland to watch for the laughter of girls at their bleaching, or cattle pawing on the sand-hills, or boys bathing on the beach. His great sides were fringed with clustering and sea-weeds, and the water gurgled in and out of his wide jaws, as he rolled along, dripping and glistening in the shells beams of the morning sun.
A Choice of Flowers. Chaguo LA Maua: An Anthology of Swahili Love Poetry (African Writers Series, 93) by Jan Knappert