„The man who wishes to bend me with his tale of woe must shed true tears – not tears that have been got ready overnight.“

Nec nocte paratum,
plorabit qui me volet incurvasse querella.
Satire I, line 90.
The Satires
Original: (la) Nec nocte paratum,<br/>plorabit qui me volet incurvasse querella.


Nec nocte paratum,<br/>plorabit qui me volet incurvasse querella.

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