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Sappho

The glow and beauty of the stars
are nothing near the splendid moon
when in her roundness she burns silver
about the world.

— Sappho, “133, FULL MOON,” The Classical Greek Reader. Trans. Willis Barnstone. (Oxford University Press; 1 edition, August 13, 1998)

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