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Toes in the water, Ass in the sand, Not a worry in the world a cold beer in my hand, Life is good today!

Epic Simile/Epithets - Homer repeatedly refers to the "rosy-fingered dawn" instead of morning. This personification of the morning, and the running simile throughout the poem, are both beautiful and serve to provide consistency to the language. It's like a foothold for the reader that emphasizes the nature of the gods in Greek culture as active participants in the lives of mortals. Their fingers are constantly in the affairs of humans.