- CHORUS I had misgivings from the first, my liege, Of something more than natural at work.
- She’s thine, my liege; but I may rightly claim Hence to depart well quit of all these ills.
- Well, in attendance on my liege, your lord, I crossed the plain to its utmost margin, where The corse of Polyneices, gnawn and mauled, Was lying yet.
- ] CHORUS Thy son has gone, my liege, in angry haste.
- ] CHORUS My liege, that man hath gone, foretelling woe.
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