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Poetry and Friendship

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Introduction

CATULLUS CLA p62-3 (otium) Poetry and Friendship hesterno, Licini, die otiose multum lusimus in meis tabellis, ut convenerat esse delicates; scribens versiculos uterque nostrum ludebat numero modo hoc modo illoc, reddens mutual per locum atque vinum. ...read more.

Middle

atque illinc abii tuo lepore incensus, Licini, facetiisque, ut ne me miserum cibus iuvaret nec somno tegeret quiete ocellos, sed toto indomitus furore lecto versarer, cupiens videre lucem, ut tecum loquerer simulque ut essem. ...read more.

Conclusion

at defessa labore membra postquam semimortua lectulo iacebant, hoc, iucunde, tibi poema feci, ex quo perspiceres meum dolorem. nunc audax cave sis, precesque nostras, oramus, cave despuas, ocelle, ne poenas Nemesis reposcat a te. est vemens dea. laedere hance caveto. ...read more.

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