by Gaius Valerius Catullus (c84 BCE - 54 BCE)

Iam uer egelidos refert tepores
Language: Latin 
Iam uer egelidos refert tepores,
Iam caeli furor aequinoctialis
Iucundis Zephyri silescit auris.
Linquantur Phrygii, Catulle, campi
Nicaeaeque ager uber aestuosae:
Ad claras Asiae uolemus urbes.
Iam mens praetrepidans auet uagari,
Iam laeti studio pedes uigescunt.
O dulces comitum valete coetus,
Longe quos simul a domo profectos
Diuersae uarie uiae reportant.

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Version with alternate spelling (as used by Cooman):
Iam ver egelidos refert tepores,
iam caeli furor aequinoctialis
iocundis Zephyri silescit aureis.
Linquantur Phrygii, Catulle, campi
Nicaeque ager uber aestuosae:
ad claras Asiae volemus urbes.
Iam mens praetrepidans avet vagari,
iam laeti studio pedes vigescunt.
O dulces comitum valete coetus,
longe quos simul a domo profectus
diversae variae viae reportant.


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This text was added to the website: 2008-07-26
Line count: 11
Word count: 51