"The radiant goddess of the darksome sky burned with love for Endymion and, forsaking the night, gave her gleaming chariot to her brother Helios to guide in fashion other than his own. He learned to drive the team of night and to wheel in narrower circuit, while the axle groaned beneath the car’s heavier weight; nor did the nights keep their accustomed length, and with belated dawning came the day."
~ Lucius Annaeus Seneca, ca. 4 BC – AD 65 ~
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