Odysseus

The Queen of Ithaca,
awaiting her husband’s return,
weaves the shroud during the day
and unravels it at night,
to mislead the suitors.

Also with deception, Odysseus,
disguised by Athena as a beggar,
waited the suitors  being  drunk
and slaughtered all them,
while they were still sleeping
in the night.

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