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I am the poor man's poet; because I am poor myself and I have known what it is to be in love. Not being able to pay them in presents, I pay my mistresses in poetry.
Of its own accord my song would come in the right rhythms, and what I was trying to say was poetry.
Poetry comes fine-spun from a mind at peace.
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March 20, 43 BC
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