Read "Odysseus in Eternity" at The Eldritch Dark:
While Homer's Odyssey provides great detail on a particular part of the life of Odysseus, that long narrative ends before the hero's death. So the ultimate fate of one of mythology's most famous names remains obscure.
In this haiku, Clark Ashton Smith (CAS) elegantly fills the gap by suggesting that even in aged decline, the hero will seek new adventures in the realm beyond this life, questing evermore for glorious exploits.
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