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" LOVES and Graces mourn with me, Mourn, fair youths, where'er ye be! Dead my Lesbia's sparrow is, Sparrow, that was all her bliss, Than her very eyes more dear; For he made her dainty cheer, Knew her well, as any maid Knows her mother, never strayed From... "
Catullus, Tibullus, and Propertius - Page 21
by James Davies - 1876 - 180 pages
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The odes of Horace, tr. into Engl. verse, with a life and notes, by T. Martin

Quintus Horatius Flaccus - Literary Criticism - 1861
...the sparrow dies, and, like a true lover, Catullus thus pens a woeful sonnet on the occasion : — Loves and Graces, mourn with me, Mourn, fair youths,...her well, as any maid Knows her mother, — never stray 'd Prom her lap, but still would go Hopping round her to and fro, And to her, and none but she,...
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The Odes of Horace: Translated Into English Verse with a Life and Notes

Horace - Latin poetry - 1861 - 358 pages
...But the sparrow dies, and, like a true lover, Catullus thus pens a woful sonnet on the occasion : — Loves and Graces, mourn with me, Mourn, fair youths,...her well, as any maid Knows her mother , — never stray'd From her lap, but still would go Hopping round her to and fro, And to her, and none but she,...
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The poems of Catullus, tr. into Engl. verse, with notes by T. Martin

Gaius Valerius Catullus - History - 1861
...cold Which unloosed the virgin zone, Making her love's thraldom own ! ELEGY ON LESEIA'S SPARROW. OVES and Graces, mourn with me, Mourn, fair youths, where'er...Knew her well, as any maid Knows her mother, never stray'd From her lap, but still would go Hopping round her to and fro, And to her, and her alone, Chirrup'd...
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Compendium of Classical Literature

Charles Dexter Cleveland - Classical literature - 1861 - 622 pages
...Clodia, of whom nothing in praise conld be said bat that she possessed beanty and accomplishments. Than her very eyes more dear — For he made her dainty...Knew her well, as any maid Knows her mother — never stray'd From her lap, but still wonld go Hopping ronnd her to and fro, And to her, and none but she,...
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A compendium of classical literature: comprising choice extracts translated ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - Computers - 1861 - 622 pages
...Love's dominion own. Martin. ELEGY ON THE SPARROW. Loves and Graces, monrn with me, Monrn, fair yonths, where'er ye be! Dead my Lesbia's sparrow is, Sparrow, that was all her bliss ; ' The lady-love who is the theme of the greater number of Catullus' amatory effusious Is styled Lesbia,...
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The poems of Catullus, tr. into Engl. verse, with notes by T. Martin

1875
...maid the golden apple, Which ungirdled her zone so long unyielding. IIL ELEGY ON LESBIA'S SPARROW. LOVES and Graces mourn with me, Mourn, fair youths,...Hopping round her to and fro, And to her, and her alone, Chirrup'd with such pretty tone. Now he treads that gloomy track, Whence none ever may come back. Out...
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ANCIENT LITERATURE

JOHN D. QUACKENBOS, A.M., M.D. - 1878
...effects. Our poet's lyric powers may be further judged of by the following ELEGY ON LESBIA'S SPARROW. " Loves and Graces, mourn with me, Mourn, fair youths,...any maid Knows her mother, never strayed From her lap, but still would go Hopping round her to and fro, And to her, and her alone, Chirruped with such...
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Illustrated History of Ancient Literature: Oriental and Classical

John Duncan Quackenbos - Classical literature - 1879 - 432 pages
...poet's lyric powers may be further judged of by the following ELEGY ON LESBIA'S SPARROW. " Loves anil Graces, mourn with me, Mourn, fair youths, where'er...any maid Knows her mother, never strayed From her lap, but still would go Hopping round her to and fro, Anil to her, and her alone, Chirrup'd with such...
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Translations

William James Linton, Richard Henry Stoddard - English poetry - 1883
...fled. Run, spindles ! run, and weave the threads of doom ! THEODORE MARTIN. ELEGY ON LESBIANS SPARROW. Loves and Graces ! mourn with me : Mourn, fair youths...Knew her well as any maid Knows her mother, never stray'd From her bosom, but would go Hopping round her to and fro, And to her, and her alone, Chirrup'd...
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Ballads and romances

William James Linton, Richard Henry Stoddard - English poetry - 1883
...fled. Run, spindles ! run, and weave the threads of doom ! THEODORE MARTIN. ELEGY ON LESBIANS SPARROW. Loves and Graces ! mourn with me : Mourn, fair youths...all her bliss, Than her very eyes more dear : For lie made her dainty cheer, Knew her well as any maid Knows her mother, never stray'd From her bosom,...
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