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HELEN TO PARIS, by PUBLIUS OVIDIUS NASO    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: When loose epistles violate chast eyes
Last Line: And may hereafter better news impart.
Alternate Author Name(s): Ovid
Subject(s): Helen Of Troy; Letters; Mythology - Classical; Ovid (43 B.c.-17 A.d.); Paris (mythology); Translating & Interpreting

ODES I, 15. THE PROPHECY OF NEREUS, by QUINTUS HORATIUS FLACCUS    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: When the treacherous shepherd carried off by sea
Last Line: The people and the palaces of pergamum
Alternate Author Name(s): Horace
Subject(s): Paris (mythology)

PARIS IS DEAD, by QUINTUS SMYRNAEUS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: She spoke, and sadly from oenone's eyes
Last Line: Wondered to see her fallen on her man.
Alternate Author Name(s): Quintus Of Smyrna; Kointos Smyrnaios
Subject(s): Paris (mythology)

PARIS, 1978, by TOMAZ SALAMUN    Poem Source                
First Line: Europe's heart is elegant and
Last Line: All the laboratories of power %will collapse
Subject(s): Paris (mythology)

PORT NAVALO, by JOHN FREEMAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The rock bloomed lichen, orange-tawny
Last Line: The headland by no passion haunted.
Subject(s): Nature; Paris (mythology); Trojan War

TO A GENTILWOMAN, by O. R.    Poem Text                
First Line: Some women fayne that paris was
Last Line: Then men forsooth must bear the blame.
Subject(s): Fidelity; Helen Of Troy; Man-woman Relationships; Mythology - Classical; Paris (mythology); Faithfulness; Constancy; Male-female Relations