Cerberus By Drusy In Hades dank depths, On stalactite shores, Where the river laps, The hands of scores Of countless damned Pound the ground Below where Cerberus sits. No dog of war let loose, is he, A chaining beast, to guard the free He paws and maws the souls of men, Cast low from the mighty Zeus. Heel, mongrel mutt and muster! To the black side of your master, The caster of fates beyond the door, Retreat. Lay monster at his feet, Until I too pass down the waters, Then let me peacefully beyond You mighty Cerberus beast.