An oval face becomes a parting upon the unadorned head: Laodamia had her hair thus arranged.
Poetry gave him ‘Laodamia,’ and the fine sonnets, and the great Ode, such as it is.
Permitted to return to life for a few hours to see his wife Laodamia.
Having thus spoken Mercury vanished from sight, and Protesilaus and Laodamia stood alone together.
Then, Laodamia understood that her hopes were vain, and that Protesilaus was doomed to leave her.
In the edition of 1845 it was placed next to Laodamia among the "Poems of the Imagination."
Methinks I am sick of everything he wrote, except his Laodamia.
She was held in the highest honor in Greek fable, and ranked with Penelope and Laodamia, the latter of whom was her niece.
Mr. Heraud has avowedly chosen to tell the tale in the austere style of Wordsworth's noble 'Laodamia,' and not without success.
The 68th poem attempts to weave into one texture his own love of Lesbia, and the romance of Laodamia and Protesilaus.