Ixion, tormented by the revolving wheel, found rest; an was nat e heued of Ixione ytourmented by e ouerrowing whele.
Ixion, too, was silent, and gazed with abstraction upon the glowing sky.
Ixion was bound, in hell, to an ever-revolving wheel; Georg.
Ixion embraced the cloud, but from the embrace sprang a hero.
Ixion is generally taken to represent the eternally moving sun.
You are worse than Ixion, I feel, For he was not tied by himself to the wheel!
But do you know why that look failed to infect me as it had Ixion?
As Jupiter did when the adventurous Ixion intruded into Olympus, perhaps.
Enamoured of the goddess of goddesses, he stretched forth his arms—the wild Ixion—and embraced a cloud!
Ixion revolves on his wheel, at one moment up, at another down.