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    Catullus de Lesbia

    by Jonathan Swift
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    "Lesbia mi dicit semper mala nec tacet unquam
    De me: Lesbia me dispeream nisi amat.
    Quo signo? quia sunt totidem mea: deprecor illam
    Assidue; verum dispeream nisi amo."

    Catulli Carmina, xcii.--W. E. B.]

    Lesbia for ever on me rails,
    To talk of me she never fails.
    Now, hang me, but for all her art,
    I find that I have gain'd her heart.
    My proof is this: I plainly see,
    The case is just the same with me;
    I curse her every hour sincerely,
    Yet, hang me but I love her dearly.
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