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Published on Aug 23, 2007
The infamous Sapphos ode from many Happy returns with Nino Rotta music from Romeo and Juliet the 60's version.A poem that is translated here from Wharton and that fits perfectly Xena and her feelings for Gabrielle.Giving credit where credit is due, i was inspired for this mini clip by Everhopes great Romeo and Juliet/Xena and Gabby series!
That man seems to me peer of gods, who sits in thy presence, and hears close to him thy sweet speech and lovely laughter; that indeed makes my heart flutter in my bosom. For when I see thee but a little, I have no utterance left, my tongue is broken down, and straightway a subtle fire has run under my skin, with my eyes I have no sight, my ears ring, sweat pours down, and a trembling seizes all my body; I am paler than grass, and seem in my madness little better than one dead. But I must dare all, since one so poor ...