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Classic Language

The Latin language engenders to the Romans
Julius Caesar's harangues exalted its voices
And it was nailed in history as an aurous sword
Virgil sang it to the ear of Dante
All the other languages are still barbarian

Love was a party in its sounds
Jesus's life doesn't exist without the echo
Of the ancient requiems due to his absence
The eloquent silence of the Latin language
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Monday, May 16, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: history
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