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CATULLUS TO HIS OWN FARM O Farm our own, Sabine or Tiburtine, (For style thee "Tiburs" Who have not at heart To hurt Catullus, whereas all that have Wage any Wager thou be Sabine classed) But whether Sabine or of Tiburs truer To thy suburban Cottage fared I fain And fro' my bronchials drave that cursèd cough Which not unmerited oSabine classed) But whether Sabine or of Tiburs truer To thy suburban Cottage fared I fain And fro' my bronchials drave that cursèd cough Which not unmerited on me my maw, A-seeking sumptuous banquetings, bestowed. For I requesting to be Sestius' guest Read against claimant Antius a speech, Full-filled with poisonous pestilential trash. Hence a grave frigid rheum and frequent cough Shook me till fled I to thy bosom, where Repose and nettle-broth healed all my ills. Wherefore recruited nSabine or of Tiburs truer To thy suburban Cottage fared I fain And fro' my bronchials drave that cursèd cough Which not unmerited on me my maw, A-seeking sumptuous banquetings, bestowed. For I requesting to be Sestius' guest Read against claimant Antius a speech, Full-filled with poisonous pestilential trash. Hence a grave frigid rheum and frequent cough Shook me till fled I to thy bosom, where Repose and nettle-broth healed all my ills. Wherefore recruited now best thanks I give To thee for nowise punishing my sins: Nor do I now object if noisome writs Of Sestius hear I, but that cold and cough And rheum may plague, not me, but Sestius' self Who asks me only his ill writs to re