Metamorphoses Book The First By Ovid

Metamorphoses Book The First OF bodies chang’d to various forms, I sing: Ye Gods, from whom these miracles did spring, Inspire my numbers with coelestial…

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Salmacis And Hermaphroditus By Ovid

Salmacis And Hermaphroditus HOW Salmacis with weak enfeebling streams Softens the body, and unnerves the limbs, And what the secret cause shall here be shown;…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Sixth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Sixth PALLAS, attending to the Muse’s song, Approv’d the just resentment of their wrong; And thus reflects: While tamely I commend Those…

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Pygmalion And The Statue By Ovid

Pygmalion And The Statue PYGMALION loathing their lascivious Life, Abhorred all Womankind, but most a Wife: So single chose to live, and shunned to wed,…

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Metamorphoses Book The Ninth By Ovid

Metamorphoses Book The Ninth Theseus requests the God to tell his woes, Whence his maim’d brow, and whence his groans arose Whence thus the Calydonian…

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Seeing Thou Art Fair By Ovid

Seeing Thou Art Fair SEEING thou art fair, I bar not thy false playing, But let not me poor soul know of thy straying. Nor…

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Metamorphoses Book The Seventh By Ovid

Metamorphoses Book The Seventh THE Argonauts now stemm’d the foaming tide, And to Arcadia’s shore their course apply’d; Where sightless Phineus spent his age in…

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The Art Of Love Book Two By Ovid

The Art Of Love Book Two …Short partings do best, though: time wears out affections, The absent love fades, a new one takes its place….

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Elegy For Tibullus By Ovid

Elegy For Tibullus If Memnon’s mother mourned, Achilles’s mother mourned, and our sad fates can touch great goddesses, then weep, and loose your hair in…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Fifth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Fifth WHILE Perseus entertain’d with this report His father Cepheus, and the list’ning court, Within the palace walls was heard aloud The…

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On Fidelity By Ovid

On Fidelity I don’t ask you to be faithful – you’re beautiful, after all – but just that I be spared the pain of knowing….

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Elegy V By Ovid

Elegy V In summer’s heat and mid-time of the day To rest my limbs upon a bed I lay, One window shut, the other open…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Third By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Third WHEN now Agenor had his daughter lost, He sent his son to search on ev’ry coast; And sternly bid him to…

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To His Mistress By Ovid

To His Mistress YOUR husband will be with us at the Treat; May that be the last Supper he shall Eat. And am poor I,…

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In Summer’s Heat By Ovid

In Summer’s Heat In summer’s heat and mid-time of the day, To rest my limbs upon a bed I lay, One window shut, the other…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Twelfth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Twelfth PRIAM, to whom the story was unknown, As dead, deplor’d his metamorphos’d son: A cenotaph his name, and title kept, And…

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Disappointment By Ovid

Disappointment But oh, I suppose she was ugly; she wasn’t elegant; I hadn’t yearned for her often in my prayers. Yet holding her I was…

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Magic By Ovid

Magic YE elves of hills, brooks, standing lakes, and groves, And ye that on the sands with printless foot Do chase the ebbing Neptune, and…

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Metamorphoses Book The Tenth By Ovid

Metamorphoses Book The Tenth THENCE, in his saffron robe, for distant Thrace, Hymen departs, thro’ air’s unmeasur’d space; By Orpheus call’d, the nuptial Pow’r attends,…

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Love And War By Ovid

Love And War Lovers all are soldiers, and Cupid has his campaigns: I tell you, Atticus, lovers all are soldiers. Youth is fit for war,…

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Metamorphosis Viii, 611-724 By Ovid

Metamorphosis Viii, 611-724 Baucis and Philemon THUS Achelous ends: his audience hear With admiration, and admiring, fear The pow’rs of heav’n; except Ixion’s son, Who…

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Metamorphoses Book The Eleventh By Ovid

Metamorphoses Book The Eleventh HERE, while the Thracian bard’s enchanting strain Sooths beasts, and woods, and all the listn’ing plain, The female Bacchanals, devoutly mad,…

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Metamorphoses Book The Thirteenth By Ovid

Metamorphoses Book The Thirteenth THE chiefs were set; the soldiers crown’d the field: To these the master of the seven-fold shield Upstarted fierce: and kindled…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Fourteenth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Fourteenth NOW Glaucus, with a lover’s haste, bounds o’er The swelling waves, and seeks the Latian shore. Messena, Rhegium, and the barren…

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Metamorphoses-Book The Eighth By Ovid

Metamorphoses-Book The Eighth NOW shone the morning star in bright array, To vanquish night, and usher in the day: The wind veers southward, and moist…

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Elegy For Tibullus By Ovid

Elegy For Tibullus If Memnon’s mother mourned, Achilles’s mother mourned, and our sad fates can touch great goddesses, then weep, and loose your hair in…

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On Fidelity By Ovid

On Fidelity I don’t ask you to be faithful – you’re beautiful, after all – but just that I be spared the pain of knowing….

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Metamorphoses- Book The Seventh By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Seventh THE Argonauts now stemm’d the foaming tide, And to Arcadia’s shore their course apply’d; Where sightless Phineus spent his age in…

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Disappointment By Ovid

Disappointment But oh, I suppose she was ugly; she wasn’t elegant; I hadn’t yearned for her often in my prayers. Yet holding her I was…

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Seeing Thou Art Fair By Ovid

Seeing Thou Art Fair SEEING thou art fair, I bar not thy false playing, But let not me poor soul know of thy straying. Nor…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Fourteenth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Fourteenth NOW Glaucus, with a lover’s haste, bounds o’er The swelling waves, and seeks the Latian shore. Messena, Rhegium, and the barren…

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To His Mistress By Ovid

To His Mistress YOUR husband will be with us at the Treat; May that be the last Supper he shall Eat. And am poor I,…

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Pygmalion And The Statue By Ovid

Pygmalion And The Statue PYGMALION loathing their lascivious Life, Abhorred all Womankind, but most a Wife: So single chose to live, and shunned to wed,…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Fifth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Fifth WHILE Perseus entertain’d with this report His father Cepheus, and the list’ning court, Within the palace walls was heard aloud The…

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The Art Of Love- Book Two By Ovid

The Art Of Love- Book Two …Short partings do best, though: time wears out affections, The absent love fades, a new one takes its place….

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Salmacis And Hermaphroditus By Ovid

Salmacis And Hermaphroditus HOW Salmacis with weak enfeebling streams Softens the body, and unnerves the limbs, And what the secret cause shall here be shown;…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Eleventh By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Eleventh HERE, while the Thracian bard’s enchanting strain Sooths beasts, and woods, and all the listn’ing plain, The female Bacchanals, devoutly mad,…

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Metamorphosis Viii, 611-724 By Ovid

Metamorphosis Viii, 611-724 Baucis and Philemon THUS Achelous ends: his audience hear With admiration, and admiring, fear The pow’rs of heav’n; except Ixion’s son, Who…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Eighth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Eighth NOW shone the morning star in bright array, To vanquish night, and usher in the day: The wind veers southward, and…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Twelfth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Twelfth PRIAM, to whom the story was unknown, As dead, deplor’d his metamorphos’d son: A cenotaph his name, and title kept, And…

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Magic By Ovid

Magic YE elves of hills, brooks, standing lakes, and groves, And ye that on the sands with printless foot Do chase the ebbing Neptune, and…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Third By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Third WHEN now Agenor had his daughter lost, He sent his son to search on ev’ry coast; And sternly bid him to…

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Metamorphoses- Book The First By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The First OF bodies chang’d to various forms, I sing: Ye Gods, from whom these miracles did spring, Inspire my numbers with coelestial…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Thirteenth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Thirteenth THE chiefs were set; the soldiers crown’d the field: To these the master of the seven-fold shield Upstarted fierce: and kindled…

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Love And War By Ovid

Love And War Lovers all are soldiers, and Cupid has his campaigns: I tell you, Atticus, lovers all are soldiers. Youth is fit for war,…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Tenth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Tenth THENCE, in his saffron robe, for distant Thrace, Hymen departs, thro’ air’s unmeasur’d space; By Orpheus call’d, the nuptial Pow’r attends,…

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In Summer’s Heat By Ovid

In Summer’s Heat In summer’s heat and mid-time of the day, To rest my limbs upon a bed I lay, One window shut, the other…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Sixth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Sixth PALLAS, attending to the Muse’s song, Approv’d the just resentment of their wrong; And thus reflects: While tamely I commend Those…

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Elegy V By Ovid

Elegy V In summer’s heat and mid-time of the day To rest my limbs upon a bed I lay, One window shut, the other open…

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Metamorphoses- Book The Ninth By Ovid

Metamorphoses- Book The Ninth Theseus requests the God to tell his woes, Whence his maim’d brow, and whence his groans arose Whence thus the Calydonian…

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