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- Tobogganing On Parnassus - 17/17 -


Horace: Book III, Ode 30.

_"Exegi monumentum aere perennius. Regalique situ pyramidum altius"_

Look you, the monument I have erected High as the pyramids, royal, sublime, During as brass--it shall not be affected E'en by the elements coupled with Time.

Part of me, most of me never shall perish; I shall be free from Oblivion's curse; Mine is a name that the future will cherish-- I shall be known by my excellent verse.

I shall be famous all over this nation Centuries after myself shall have died; People will point to my versification-- I, who was born on the Lower East Side!

Come, then, Melpomene, why not admit me? I want a wreath that is Delphic and green, Seven, I think, is the size that will fit me-- Slip me some laurel to wear on my bean.


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