Catullus Poem 104
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CREDIS me potuisse meae maledicere uitae, 1 Do you think that I ever could have spoken ill of my life,
ambobus mihi quae carior est oculis?
of her who is dearer to me than both my eyes?
non potui, nec, si possem, tam perdite amarem: 3 No, I could never have done it; nor, if I could help it, would I be so ruinously in love.
sed tu cum Tappone omnia monstra facis.
But you and Tappo make out everything to be prodigious.