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Nero Lupus By Walter E. Doherty

[A very ancient fragment; apparently Nero Lupus
has been around longer than we are aware.]

Arma Nerumque cano,
Montis qui primus ab oris Ebruacum,
fato profugus,
negrae civem venit Novumque,
multum ille a custodibus iactatus vi supero,
saevae memoram Zeckonis ob iram.

I sing of the arms and of Nero,
who first from the shores of Monte-Negro,
[was] driven by fate,
and came to the city of New York.
Much harassed (tossed) by the police,
[And driven] by the greatest force,
the wrathful hate of the savage Zeck.

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