114. “Who can blind lover’s eyes?”
116. “Veiling truth in mystery.”
120. “The seeds of life – fiery is their force, divine their birth, but they are weighed down by the bodies’ ills or dulled by limbs and flesh that’s born for death. That is the source of all men’s fears and longings, joys and sorrows, nor can they see the heaven’s light, shut up in the body’s tomb, a prison dark and deep.”
122. “Love triumphs over all.”
128. “There are twin Gates of Sleep. One, they say, is called the Gate of Horn and it offers easy passage to all true shades. The other glistens with ivory, radiant, flawless, but through it the dead send false dreams up toward the sky. And here Anchises, his vision told in full, escorts his son and Sibyl both and shows them out now through the Ivory Gate.”
137. “Fear betrays unworthy souls.”
141. “Then, like ravening wolves in a black mist, when the belly’s lawless rage has driven them blindly forth, and their whelps at home await them with thirsty jaws, through swords, through foes we pass to certain death, and hold our way to the city’s heart; black night hovers around with sheltering shade.”
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