Eleven poem

All will be well for all. If this fine, new book arrived by way of Sulla, as I would suspect, it would not be upsetting, no.

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And nevertheless this pretty guy would certainly sell all your relatives, and you too, Catullus, into slavery in order to buy the kisses of several boy-whores. Well, because sister Lesbia adores him —and far more than you, old Catullus, with your entire family to boot. Communists and progressives, nazis, fascists and reactionaries, zionists and anarchists of every stripe— none are excluded, none can evade the march. No matter. I hate and love. All will be well for all. There is no march at all. This one's the march all wars surrender to. On gangrenous feet return to the place you came from. The eleven translations published here make up a section of a recently completed manuscript of epigrams, fables, and other short forms. If death is peace, when can I truly die?

Communists and progressives, nazis, fascists and reactionaries, zionists and anarchists of every stripe— none are excluded, none can evade the march.

No matter.

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And did you not know that your tongue is quite grotesque? Join death to your life and you will live as if there were no drum to march to.

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And tell me, if you will, how it is that you are virtually shitting money and hosting sumptuous banquets at kingly expense, and in broad daylight. Lesbia, come, let us live and love, and be deaf to the vile jabber of the ugly old fools, the sun may come up each day but when our star is out…our night, it shall last forever and give me a thousand kisses and a hundred more a thousand more again, and another hundred, another thousand, and again a hundred more, as we kiss these passionate thousands let us lose track; in our oblivion, we will avoid the watchful eyes of stupid, evil peasants hungry to figure out how many kisses we have kissed.

In so doing Gellius managed to turn his uncle into that Egyptian god of stone, Harpocrates, the silent one.

Eighteen hundred and eleven poem

Donkin is a graduate student in New York. They're the surviving survivors of what happened when happiness was buried alive, when it no longer looked out of today's eyes, and doesn't even manifest when one of us dies, we just walk away from everything, alone with what's left of us, going on being human beings without being human, without that happiness. For your part could you bring a decent sizable meal, a fair-fleshed girl and also, the wine with your wit and laughter? It isn't your barroom joke or tender, intimate humor or affections of friendliness or big, bright pun. This one's not coming with hammer and sickles or swastikas or flags of any land. For instance, if he wanted to fuck the old moralist the latter could do nothing, not even whimper. This is not a cynical or pessimist or nihilist poem. But when?! Donkin, This it will go on hunting for, even if it means my total and utter annihilation. You're done.

Do you not recall the present you sent me? Is it really true that our deity Priapus prefers you two to my good friends Veranius and Fabullus?

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The eleven translations published here make up a section of a recently completed manuscript of epigrams, fables, and other short forms. Donkin is a graduate student in New York. In so doing Gellius managed to turn his uncle into that Egyptian god of stone, Harpocrates, the silent one. When will it really happen? Do you not recall the present you sent me? For your part could you bring a decent sizable meal, a fair-fleshed girl and also, the wine with your wit and laughter? English translation copyright c Michael G. And from that point on, Gellius could do whatsoever he pleased. This one's the march all wars surrender to. You are blemishes on our age, you most stupid of poets. Conversely, my two friends have to walk the streets, begging for invitations. For instance, if he wanted to fuck the old moralist the latter could do nothing, not even whimper. Lesbia, come, let us live and love, and be deaf to the vile jabber of the ugly old fools, the sun may come up each day but when our star is out…our night, it shall last forever and give me a thousand kisses and a hundred more a thousand more again, and another hundred, another thousand, and again a hundred more, as we kiss these passionate thousands let us lose track; in our oblivion, we will avoid the watchful eyes of stupid, evil peasants hungry to figure out how many kisses we have kissed. Even lying on your back you're marching.

English translation copyright c Michael G. You are blemishes on our age, you most stupid of poets. This is not a cynical or pessimist or nihilist poem.

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