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The Secret of Ulysses Felix Fojas


And after twenty bloody years Of besieging Troy that ended In a stalemate and tragic death Of their greatest warrior Achilles, The Greeks nearly gave up their


Quest for vengeance until the crafty Ulysses hatched an ingenious Plot in the shape of a humongous Hollow horse which hid a company Of elite killers within its bowels.


Thus the tide of war turned in Favor of the Achaeans and Ilium’s Topless towers burned to the ground. At long last when it was time to sail Back home, Ulysses had second


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Thoughts and purposely provoked The rage of the sea-god Poseidon Unknown to the knowledge of his Naive, trusting comrades. For the wily


Hero craved for more heated action And would have faced the perils of The deep, cavorted with sirens whose Songs drove men mad, and dared Circe’s Enchantment that turned seasoned


Mariners into pitiful squealing swine. Continued next page


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