Marcus Valerius Martialis
Marcus Valerius Martialis Poems
- 10, 47 Most charming Martialis: These things will give you ...
- Procrastination Tomorrow you will live, you always cry; In ...
- The Advantages Of Learning I am a man with no ambitions And ...
- Post-Obits And The Poets He unto whom thou art so ...
- On The Death Of A Sla Dear youth, too early lost, who now art...
- Critics The readers and the hearers like my books, And yet ...
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Comments about Marcus Valerius Martialis
Most charming Martialis:
These things will give you solace:
Wealth that’s unmerited
Since it’s inherited;
Land yielding fair returns,
A fire that always burns;
A lack of legal woes
Or need for formal clothes;
Peace and tranquility,
Good health, an earnest way
Free of naivete;
Good friends with homes to share,
A table’s hearty fare;
A night’s sobriety
A bed not too austere,
Sound sleep to still your fear
Free of insecurity.
Don’t race to death’s release
But face that day with ...