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remedia Amoris I

*Alternate rates must be prepaid in full. Please inquire by email.

 

 

 

FRAGMENTS LP 48

by Sappho

"You came, and I was mad to have you: your breath
cooled my heart that was burning with desire." 

 

1 hr

800

 

 

CARMINA V

by Catallus

"Give me a thousand kisses, then another hundred, 
then another thousand, then a second hundred, 
then yet another thousand more, then another hundred."

 

1.5 hr

1100

 

 

AENEID IV

by Virgil

"Dido’s no longer troubled by appearances or reputation, 
she no longer thinks of a secret affair: she calls it marriage: 
and with that name disguises her sin."

 

2 hrs

1200*

1400

 

 


Remedia Amoris II

EPIGRAM III.65 

by Martial

"The breath of a young girl, biting an apple,
 the scent that wafts from Corycian saffron,
 the smell of the white vine, flowering with
first clusters...All these things breathe forth from
your perfect kisses: can you not give them freely, unbegrudging?"

 

3 hrs

1800

 

 

ELEGIES I.14:1-24

by Propertius

"If She spins out sleep with me as desired,
or draws out the whole day in easy loving...
then my delights say that I am greater than kings...
for who can enjoy wealth if Love is against him?
No riches for me if Venus is sullen!"

 

4 hrs

2200*

2400

 

 

ELEGIES I.2:1-32

by Propertius


"What need is there, mea vita, to come with
your hair adorned, and slither about in a thin
silk dress from Cos? Why...betray yourself with
gifts from strangers; ruin nature’s beauty with
traded refinements..? Believe me, nothing could enhance
your shape: naked Amor never loves lying forms."

 

6 hrs

3000


Remedia Amoris III

AMORES I.10

by Ovid

"Once you were innocent, I loved you body and soul: 
now your beauty’s flawed by this defect of mind. 
Love is a child and naked: without the shabbiness
of age and without clothing, so he’s all openness. 
Why tell Venus’s son to sell himself for cash?"

 

12 hrs

6000

 

 

AMORES I.13

by Ovid

"Now it's pleasant just to lie here, my darling's
soft arms around me, her body close against mine...
What's your hurry? No lover or his girl welcomes your coming--
grip the dew-drenched reins; pull back your rosy hand."

 

24 hrs

8000

 

 

AMORES III.14

by Ovid

"Likewise when you leave off, straightaway forget
all lasciviousness: leave the sin there, in your bed. 
There, don’t let your slip make you over-shy, or
not allow your thigh to press against a thigh: there,
let my tongue be buried between your rosy lips,

and let desire shape a thousand ways to love..."

 

48 hrs

12,000