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The Ass Eating The Aeneids Post by :jhnsnchryl Category :Poems Author :Richard Lovelace Date :October 2011 Read :3530

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The Ass Eating The Aeneids

DE ASINO QUI DENTIBUS AENEIDEM CONSUMPSIT.

Carminis iliaci libros consumpsit asellus;
Hoc fatum Troiae est: aut equus, aut asinus.


THE ASS EATING THE AENEIDS.

A wretched ass the Aeneids did destroy:
A horse or ass is still the fate of Troy.

(The end)
Richard Lovelace's poem: Ass Eating The Aeneids

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