The sailors love the beautiful girls
The wise poets love the sailors
The girls often love the sailors
The bad poets love the beautiful girls
The bad girls love the farmers
All the poets hate the farmers
The bad girls hate the good girls
The good girls love all the sailors
The bad girls love the bad girls
The farmers hate all the poets
The good girls love the bad poets
Note: The title and content of this poem suggests that it is related to a well-known exercise in Chapter 2 of Wheelock's Latin which goes:
The poet is giving the girl large roses. The girls are giving the poet's roses to the sailors. Without money the girls' country is not strong.
Poeta puellae magnas rosas dat.
Puellae nautis rosas poetae dant.
Patria puellarum sine pecunia non valet.