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Vivamus, mea lesbia, atque amemus (let us live, my lesbia, and let us love) is a passionate love poem by the roman lyric poet catullus, often referred to as catullus 5 or carmina v for its position in the generally accepted catalogue of catullus works. It dates from around 65 bce and is perhaps the best known of all the poets output, and is sometimes considered. Catullus is best known for his love poetry, in which eloquent expression of emotion is combined with a technical. And, of course, catullus, unlike sappho, says the girls name lesbia. Readers of catullus will recognize the married noblewoman (probably clodia metelli) with whom the poet had a brief and stormy affair short-lived rapture followed by long bitterness and recrimination. Caelius, our lesbia, that lesbia, that lesbia, catullus alone loved more than himself, and all of his own, now at crossroads, and down alleyways, jerks off the brave sons of rome. The poem, all about the love between two people, depicts the importance of placing their shared love. In rome, catullus and his generation, the new poets, played an essential role in the development of augustan poetry. They helped to create the possibility that one might be a poet by profession. They brought to rome the learned and self-conscious style of hellenistic poetry, and they helped to create and explore those interests in. Analysis of the poem my sweetest lesbia 1087 words 5 pages. The book of ayers and is inspired by catullus, a roman poet (84-54 b. The book of ayers was compiled in 1601, and it includes many of the musical poems campion has written.). Catullus 2 is written to the pet sparrow of catullus lover, which is usually taken to mean lesbia, an alias he uses in many of his poems for clodia (the wife of the eminent roman statesman, clodius), with whom he carried on an illicit affair for some time. The poem is written in hendecasyllabic verse, a metre commonly used by catullus, in which each line has eleven poetic feet.