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Pomona and Vertumnus in Myth
When Vertumnus had spoken thus, be dropped
the disguise of an old woman, and stood before her in his proper person, as a comely youth. It appeared to her like the
sun bursting through a cloud. He would have renewed his entreaties, but there was no need; his arguments and the sight of
his true form prevailed, and the Nymph no longer resisted, but owned a mutual flame.
from Bulfinch's Mythology
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