Catullus 16. Translated by Google

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I will follow you and visit you,
Lascivious Aurelius and wanton dancer Furius, who, from my verses, thought me to be soft-spoken, a little modest.
For the pious poet himself ought to be chaste; there is no need for verses;
those who have both salt and rabbit, if they are soft and have little modesty, and which can incite itching,
I do not say to children, but to these hairs that are hard and cannot move their loins.
You, who have read so many books, do you think I am a male?
I will follow you and visit you.
#lulz. So much for the creative genius of AI.
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