Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Inspired by Nelly Furtado's Promiscuous (First stanza of Chorus turned in Latin Alcaics):

Promiscuous girl
Wherever you are
I’m all alone
And it's you that I want

O, nota multis, tu mea sis volo,
absente solus te cupidus tui
praesentis oris candidique
corporis et nitidi capilli.

O, known by many, I want you to be mine,
whenvever you're absent, I'm alone,
longing for your lips, your brilliant body,
your elegant hair.

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