Horace Odes 3.13

O fons Bandusiae splendidior vitro,
Oh spring of Bandusia, more splendid than glass,

dulci digne mero non sine floribus,
worthy of sweet wine not without flowers,

cras donaberis haedo,
tomorrow you will be presented with a goat,

cui frons turgida cornibus
for whom the forehead swollen with first horns

5 primis et Venerem et proelia destinat,
destines you both for love and for battles.

frustra: nam gelidos inficiet tibi
In vain: for it will stain cold streams

rubro sanguine rivos
with your red blood

lascivi suboles gregis.
the offspring of a playful flock.

te flagrantis atrox hora Caniculae
The dreadful hour of flaming Sirius

10 nescit tangere, tu frigus amabile
does not know how to touch, you offer

fessis vomere tauris
friendly cold to the bulls weary with plowshare.

praebes et pecori vago.
and the roaming farm animals.

fies nobilium tu quoque fontium
You will become of noble springs,

me dicente cavis inpositam ilicem
with me saying, with the holm oak having been built

15 saxis, unde loquaces
on hollow rocks, from where

lymphae desiliunt tuae.
your talkative waters jump down