He leaves, sending Eurydice long fictional accounts of his travels.
Orpheus searches for Eurydice; he calls her, and his notes break the harmonious silence.
The ‘Eurydice,’ which I saw in Portsmouth harbour, is a warning for ever.
As he sang, Eurydice crept closer to him, till her head rested on his knee and her long black hair fell in a cloud about his feet.
Sophie burned it all in the Orpheus and Eurydice grate, and kept her own counsel.
Amor says he shall descend in safety to the lower world, and will find his Eurydice among the peaceful shades.
Eurydice should be given back to him, but only on one condition.
His bride, Eurydice, was the daughter of a Thracian shepherd.
He was married to Eurydice; but she was stung by a serpent, and died.
He failed to make good the condition, and so again lost his Eurydice.