Now Polyphemus, you care for your appearance, and are anxious to please, now you comb your bristling hair with a rake, and are pleased to cut your shaggy beard with a reaping hook, and to gaze at your savage face in the water and compose its expression.
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 12: 453-478 Pythagoras' Teachings:The Sanctity of Life
By Galatea