Now let us drink now dance companions now
- DMI number:
- Absolute (100%)
- First Line:
- Now let us drink now dance companions now
- Last Line:
- To fill proud triumphs with her wretched fall
- Poem Genre / Form:
- Imitation / translation / paraphrase, Ode, and Couplet
- Courage, Death[of Cleopatra.], Entertainments / pastimes, Fighting / conflict[Battle of Actium.], Food and drink, and Women / the female character[Cleopatra.]
- The poems of Horace [ESTC R712]
- Page No(s):
- Poem Title:
- Ode XXXVII. ... To his Companions. Whom he exhorteth to be merry upon the News of the Actiaque Victory.
- By Sir T. H.
- Attributed To:
- Sir Thomas Hawkins
Horace. Odes. Book 1 Ode 37.