Introduced as lymph on the dart of Eros, it eventually permeated and coloured her whole constitution.
Oak stood somewhat as Eros is represented when in the act of sharpening his arrows: his figure slightly bent, the weight of his body thrown over on the shears, and his head balanced side-ways, with a critical compression of the lips and contraction of the eyelids to crown the attitude.
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Cupid is the Roman counterpart to the Greek Eros.
I’d lost Daphne because of one careless comment to Eros.