Geoffrey plowden

Proud Maisie In Latin - Poem by Geoffrey plowden

Anna superba abies per opacas mane vagatur:
mira sedens ramo vaticinatur avis.
'dic mihi, dulcis avis, quando nova nupta vocabor? '
'te cum sex equites ad cava busta ferent.'
'dic etiam vere, lectum cui sternere cura? '
'nempe seni, fodiet qui tibi rite solum.
ad tumulum vermis tristi te lampade ducet,
strix canet a tectis 'huc, domina Anna, veni.''

NB The even-numbered lines should be indented wwhen priinted.

This is a translation of the poem Proud Masie by Sir Walter Scott

Topic(s) of this poem: death

Poet's Notes about The Poem

I always wanted to translate this great lyric bv a great poet.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 7, 2015

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