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Ave, Atque Vale! Post by :amnelson999 Category :Poems Author :Samuel Taylor Coleridge Date :August 2011 Read :1023

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Ave, Atque Vale!

(Ave, Atque Vale!)

Vivit sed mihi non vivit--nova forte marita,
Ah dolor! alterius carâ a cervice pependit.
Vos, malefida valete accensae insomnia mentis,
Littora amata valete! Vale, ah! formosa Maria!

1794.

(The end)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem: Ave, Atque Vale!

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