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" ... know, lovely one, could never for any injury swell with so much wrath but that bleeding and stammering it would ever descant upon those eyes, those lips, and those wanton teeth that hurt it. Oh arrogant power of beauty ! AH ! what ungovern'd rage,... "
Kisses: Being a Poetical Translation of the Basia of Joannes Secundus ... - Page 99
by Janus (Secundus) - 1778 - 276 pages
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Erotica. The elegies of Propertius, the Satyricon of Petronius Arbiter, and ...

Sextus Propertius, Titus Petronius Arbiter - Literary Criticism - 1854
...power of beauty ! AH ! what ungovern'd rage, declare, Neaera, too capricious fair ! What unrevenged, unguarded wrong, Could urge thee thus to wound my...th' afflictive pains Too trifling, which my heart sustains ; Nor think enough my bosom smarts With all the sure, destructive darts 2 o Incessant sped...
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Erotica: The Elegies of Propertius, The Satyricon of Petronius and The ...

Walter Keating Kelly - Literary Criticism - 1854 - 500 pages
...power of beauty ! AH ! what ungovern'd rage, declare, Neaera, too capricious fair ! What unrevenged, unguarded wrong, Could urge thee thus to wound my...th' afflictive pains Too trifling, which my heart sustains ; Nor think enough my bosom smarts With all the sure, destructive darts o „ • Incessant...
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The elegies of Propertius: The Satyricon of Petronius Arbiter, & the Kisses ...

Sextus Propertius, Petronius Arbiter, Janus (Secundus), Aristaenetus - Literary Criticism - 1883 - 500 pages
...power of beauty ! AH ! what ungovern'd rage, declare, Neaera, too capricious fair ! What unrevenged, unguarded wrong, Could urge thee thus to wound my...th' afflictive pains Too trifling, which my heart sustains ; Nor think enough my bosom smarts With all the sure, destructive darts Incessant sped from...
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The Basia of Joannes Secundus

Janus (Secundus) - Poetry - 1901 - 111 pages
...jealous conflicts rise 'Twixt my very lips and eyes. KISS VIII H ! what ungovern'd rage, declare, Neaera, too capricious fair ! What unreveng'd, unguarded wrong,...th' afflictive pains Too trifling, which my heart sustains ; Nor think enough my bosom smarts With all the sure, destructive darts Incessant sped from...
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