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Heathcote William Garrod, comp. (1878–1960).  The Oxford Book of Latin Verse.  1912.
 
From the Erotopaegnia
 
Laevius (fl. 100 B.C.)
 
 
i

TV, Andromacha, per ludum manu
lasciuola ac tenellula
capiti meo, trepidans libens
insoita plexti munera.
 
ii

CORPORE tenuato pectoreque
        5
undique obeso ac mente exsensa
tardigeniclo senio obpressum.
 
iii

VENVS amoris altrix genetrix cuppiditatis, mihi
quae diem serenum hilarula praepandere cresti
opseculae tuae ac ministrae,        10
etsi ne utiquam, quid foret expauita grauis dura
fera asperaque famultas, potui domnio in accipere superbo.
 

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