Poem 3  (138) 
by Hadrian, translated from Latin by Wikisource
According to the Historia Augusta, composed by Hadrian on his deathbed.
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Animula vagula blandula,
hospes comesque corporis,
quae nunc abībis in loca
pallidula, rigida, nūdula,
nec ut solēs dabis iocōs...

Little soul, wandering, pleasing,
guest and companion of the body,
which now go away in places
pale, stiff, bare,
and will not jest as you do...

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