So he said, "Canst thou love me, Prokris, instead of Kephalos?"
Kephalos Bay was on the east side, and there, on a clear day, could be discerned the anchored shipping.
So again, in the homes of the bright heroes, Kephalos found the wife whom he had loved and slain.
Wrote double quick, then galloped over to Kephalos to see the New Army, sub rosa.
One loving look she gave to Kephalos, and the smile of parting vanished in the stillness of death.
We had to get into Kephalos Harbour before dark; otherwise the submarine indicator nets were damaged.
A doctor at Kephalos, it seems, infected them with this poison of despondency.
So Kephalos dwelt with Eos, but for all her fond words he could not love her as still he loved Prokris.
The same remarks apply to all the solar and lunar stories—to Achilles, Endymion, Kephalos, and all the rest.
So once more in the land of Erechtheus Prokris and Kephalos dwelt together in a true and deep love.