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Asclepiades Poems

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by Dyke, Henry Van
...r that covers
With one cloak a pair of lovers, 
Living lost in golden weather, 
While they talk of love together. 

Asclepiades. 


V - THE VINE AND THE GOAT 

Although you eat me to the root, 
I yet shall bear enough of fruit
For wine to sprinkle your dim eyes, 
When you are made a sacrifice. 

Euenus. 


VI - THE PROFESSOR 

Seven pupils, in the class 
Of Professor Callias, 
Listen silent while he drawls, --
Three are benches, four are walls....Read More