by , translated by Francis Warre Cornish
|from The Poems of Caius Valerius Catullus (1904)|
Si qui forte mearum ineptiarum
lectores eritis manusque vestras
non horrebitis admovere nobis.
O my readers—if there be any who will read my nonsense, and not shrink from touching me with your hands.
The meter is hendecasyllabic.
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