Don Juan 04-075
Canto the Fourth


Wounded and fetter'd, "cabin'd, cribb'd, confined,"
 Some days and nights elapsed before that he
Could altogether call the past to mind;
 And when he did, he found himself at sea,
Sailing six knots an hour before the wind;
 The shores of Ilion lay beneath their lee --
Another time he might have liked to see 'em,
But now was not much pleased with Cape Sigaeum.

George Gordon Byron, Lord Byron (1788-1824)