the_norseman (the_norseman) wrote in little_details,

Roman poem

There is a poem by a famous Roman poet that talks about how awful it is to be in love and not have any money. It continues that when you go around asking for money all you're told is that there's none to be had. There was also a section on how he'd rather do the deeds of Hercules than go out in love's errand without money.

It's very famous, and to be honest feel embarassed to have to ask, but I just can't remember the name of the poet or the poem. If any of you can help me out I'd appreciate it.

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