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1  Not of my will do I follow Italy.
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2  We all follow him up, and charge with massed arms.
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3  Now, now delay is done with: I follow, and where you lead, I come.
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4  Fortune is the stronger; let us follow her, and turn our course whither she calls.
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5  Long is the tale of crime, long and intricate; but I will briefly follow its argument.
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6  We follow thee, holy one of heaven, whoso thou art, and again joyfully obey thy command.
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7  So Helymus does, so Aletes ripe of years, so the boy Ascanius, and the rest of the people follow.
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8  Goddess-born, follow we fate's ebb and flow, whatsoever it shall be; fortune must be borne to be overcome.
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9  Up then, and let us follow where divine commandments lead; let us appease the winds, and seek the realm of Gnosus.
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10  In murky fires I will follow far away, and when chill death hath severed body from soul, my ghost will haunt thee in every region.
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11  Ship in sight is none; three stags he espies straying on the shore; behind whole herds follow, and graze in long train across the valley.
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12  First of all I regain the walls and the dim gateway whence my steps had issued; I scan and follow back my footprints with searching gaze in the night.
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13  And here Coroebus, flushed with success and spirit, cries: "O comrades, follow me where fortune points before us the path of safety, and shews her favour."
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14  But striding amidships between his comrades, Mnestheus cheers them on: 'Now, now swing back, oarsmen who were Hector's comrades, whom I chose to follow me in Troy's extremity; now put forth the might and courage you showed in Gaetulian quicksands, amid Ionian seas and Malea's chasing waves.'
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15  Phoebus, who hast ever pitied the sore travail of Troy, who didst guide the Dardanian shaft from Paris' hand full on the son of Aeacus, in thy leading have I pierced all these seas that skirt mighty lands, the Massylian nations far withdrawn, and the fields the Syrtes fringe; thus far let the fortune of Troy follow us.
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16  Seeing them close-ranked and daring for battle, I therewith began thus: "Men, hearts of supreme and useless bravery, if your desire be fixed to follow one who dares the utmost; you see what is the fortune of our state: all the gods by whom this empire was upheld have gone forth, abandoning shrine and altar; your aid comes to a burning city."
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17  As once of old, they say, the labyrinth in high Crete had a tangled path between blind walls, and a thousand ways of doubling treachery, where tokens to follow failed in the maze unmastered and irrecoverable: even in such a track do the children of Troy entangle their footsteps and weave the game of flight and battle; like dolphins who, swimming through the wet seas, cut Carpathian or Libyan.
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