Catullus 46

Iam ver egelidos refert tepores,
Now spring brings back unchilled [warm] warmths

iam caeli furor aequinoctialis
Now the frenzy of equinotical sky

iucundis Zephyri silescit auris.
quiets down with the playful breezes of the Zephyr

Linquantur Phrygii, Catulle, campi
Oh Catullus, let the Phrygian plains be left behind
- linquantur = reliquantur - present passive subjunctive - hortatory

Nicaeaeque ager uber aestuosae:
And the rich field of Nicaea

ad claras Asiae volemus urbes.
Let us fly to the famous cities of Asia.

iam mens praetrepidans avet vagari,
Now the troubling mind longs to wander,

iam laeti studio pedes vigescunt.
Now the happy feet come alive with desire.

o dulces comitum valete coetus,
Good-Bye Oh sweet groups of companians,

longe quos simul a domo profectos
whom, having set out together far from home,
- profectos - perfect active participle - deponent - goes with quos

diversae varie viae reportant.
different roads bring back in different ways.