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  • Ancient Wisdom

    Posted by Mitch Townsend on September 11th, 2008 (All posts by )

    A paraphrase of Beowulf (starting around line 1383).

    Beowulf said “We must mourn our friends later; they have died, but we have not yet avenged them. While we live, we win whatever victories we can; so now let us hunt the monster, whether its trail lead through the middle of the earth or the bottom of the sea.”

    The monster is hiding, but heroes are hunting it.


    3 Responses to “Ancient Wisdom”

    1. Lexington Green Says:

      May the spirit of Beowulf be with them as they hunt.

      Osama’s head on a spike, his body food for the birds and dogs.

      Death to America’s enemies.

    2. vanderleun Says:

      And so say we all.

    3. George Lee Says: