Robert Bridges, ed. (18441930). The Spirit of Man: An Anthology. 1916.
|From the Greek Anthology|
Plato (427?347 B.C.)
|COME 1 sit aneath this pinetree, whose lofty tressèd crown|
| Sighs, as her tufty sprays stir to the west winds kiss:|
|And with the babbling waters my flute thy care shall drown,|
| And lull thy dreamy eyelids to sweet forgetful bliss.|
|Note 1. Plato. In the Greek Anthology; Mackail, p. 190. [Trans. R. Bridges.] [back]|