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Author: C.S. Calverley
Language: English
Wordcount: 19,222 / 69 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 83.8
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 511
mnybks.net#: 1503
Genre: Poetry
Excerpt

RK."
CARMEN SAECULARE.
TRANSLATIONS FROM HORACE.

TO A SHIP.
TO VIRGIL.
TO THE FOUNTAIN OF BANDUSIA.
TO IBYCUS'S WIFE.
SORACTE.
TO LEUCONOE.
JUNO'S SPEECH.
TO A FAUN.
TO LYCE.
TO HIS SLAVE.
TRANSLATIONS:

FROM VIRGIL
FROM THEOCRITUS.
SPEECH OF AJAX.
FROM LUCRETIUS.
FROM HOMER.

VISIONS.

"She was a phantom," &c.

In lone Glenartney's thickets lies couched the lordly stag, The dreaming terrier's tail forgets its customary wag;
And plodding ploughmen's weary steps insensibly grow quicker, As broadening casements light them on towards home, or home-brewed liquor.

It is (in fact) the evenin

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