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Horace

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Latin quotes by the ancient Roman lyric poet, Quintus Horatius Flaccus, (December 8, 65 BC – November 27, 8 BC), better known in English as Horace.

Not All Of Me Will Die

non omnis moriar
Not all of me will die.
(Quintus Horatius Flaccus, a.k.a. Horace, ancient Roman poet)

I Want to Live and Die with You

tecum vivere amem, tecum obeam libens
I want to live, and die with you. (Horace)

Do Not Ask What Tomorrow Brings

quid sit futurum cras, fuge quaerere
Do not ask what tomorrow brings. (Horace)

Very Long Words

Sesquipedalia verba (Horace)
Words that are a foot and half long; very long words.

Harmony of Things Through Discord

rerum concordia discors
The harmony of things through discord. (Horace)

A Sick Man's Empty Dreams

aegri somnia vana
A sick man's empty dreams. (Horace)

A Word Once Spoken Can Never Be Recalled

nescit vox missa reverti
A word, once spoken, can never be recalled. (Horace)

Apollo Does Not Always Keep A Bent Bow

neque semper arcum tendit Apollo
Apollo does not always keep a bent bow. (Horace)