Homer's Odyssey - Rewritten With heavy hearts and many long days at sea, Cyclops and his one-eyed posse sailed upon to the land of the Humans. The land was good, but the conditions made the hungry sailors unable to find crops. However, they were guided by Nymphs to goats that filled their bellies for the time being. They rested for the night, deciding in the morning that Cyclops and 12 of his crew would explore the island of the Humans. The next morning, Cyclops took his men and headed onto the island. They came upon a cave, which they could tell belonged to a human. They ate cheese from the cave and burnt an offering while they waited for the human to return, hoping to reason with it. However, the return of the human caused more harm than good. The human, who introduced himself as Odysseus, mocked Cyclops and his mates in the cave and ate two of them. They were trapped. Odysseus closed the stone behind them and completed his chores for the night, and went onto sleep.
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