Marcus Valerius Martial quotes

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I do not like you, Sabidius; I cannot say why.
This only can I say: I do not like you.
Lie lightly on her, turf and dew:
She put so little weight on you.
What, then, does a chaste girl do?
She does not offer, yet she does not say "No."
The country in the town. [Rus in urbe.]
Martial, the things for to attain
The happy life be these, I find:
The night discharged of all care
Where wine may bear no sovereignty;
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