African Wind

Latin

Afer Ventus

Mare Nubium. Umbriel.
(Suus cuique mos. Suum cuique.)
Mare Imbrium. Ariel.
(Meus mihi. suus cuique carus.)
Et itur ad astra.
(Memento. Terrigena.)
Et itur ad astra.
(Memento. Vita brevis.)
Mare Undarum. Io. Vela.
(Meus mihi. Suus cuique carus.)

Mirabile dictu. Mirabilia.
(Suus cuique mos. Suum cuique.)
Mirabile visu. Mirabilia.
(Meus mihi. suus cuique carus.)
Et itur ad astra.
(Memento. Terrigena.)
Et itur ad astra.
(Memento. Vita brevis.)
Sempervirent. Rosetum.
(Meus mihi. Suus cuique carus.)

Afer Ventus. Zephyrus.
(Suus cuique mos. Suum cuique.)
Volturnus. Africus.
(Meus mihi. Suus cuique carus.)
Et itur ad astra.
(Memento. Terrigena.)
Et itur ad astra.
(Memento. Vita brevis.)
Etesiarum. Eurus.
(Meus mihi. Suus cuique carus.)

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English

African Wind

Sea of the Clouds. Umbriel.¹
(Each to their own. Each to its own.)
Sea of the Rain. Ariel.²
(Me, myself. Each to their own is dear.)
And we go to the stars.
(Remember. Earthborn.)
And we go to the stars.
(Remember. Life is short.)
Sea of the Tides. Io. Vela.³
(Me, myself. Each to their own is dear.)

Wonderful to be told. Marvelous things.
(Each to their own. Each to its own.)
Wonderful to see. Marvelous things.
(Me, myself. Each to their own is dear.)
And we go to the stars.
(Remember. Earthborn.)
And we go to the stars.
(Remember. Life is short.)
Refreshing. A rose garden.
(Me, myself. Each to their own is dear.)

African Wind. Zephyrus.⁴
(Each to their own. Each to its own.)
Volturnus. Africus.⁵
(Me, myself. Each to their own is dear.)
And we go to the stars.
(Remember. Earthborn.)
And we go to the stars.
(Remember. Life is short.)
Etesiarum. Eurus.⁶
(Me, myself. Each to their own is dear.)

Submitted by SilentRebel83 on Sun, 24/04/2011 - 01:09
Author's comments:

¹,² Umbriel and Ariel are moons of Uranus
³ Io is a moon of Jupiter; Vela is the name of a constellation. It also means "sails (of a ship)" in Latin.
⁴ Zephyrus is the Greek deity of the west wind.
⁵ Volturnus (Vulturnus) is the Greek deity of the southeast wind; Africus (Lips) is the Greek deity of the southwest wind.
⁶ Etesiarum (etesiae) is a term describing the north winds of the Aegean Sea; Eurus is the Greek deity of the east wind.

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ivank23     August 4th, 2012
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ivank23     August 4th, 2012

Ignoranti quem portum petat, mullus suus ventus est. Gratias tibi! Laughing out loud

SilentRebel83     August 4th, 2012

Lol, tibi gratus adventus et gratias maximas tibi ago.