I was talking about Ezra Pound and "ABC of Reading" in connection with Bob Dylan's winning the Nobel Prize in Literature. Some people had been saying songs are not "literature," and I was looking at the etymology of the word "literature" and ran into another quote from Ezra Pound. (It was: "Great literature is simply language charged with meaning to the utmost possible degree.")
In the comments, Jeff Gee got me pointed to the quote clipped out above.
What's that Latin? It's Horace, saying:
Now drinkPulsanda! I love that word. I need another rat just so I can call her Pulsanda.
Now with loose feet
Beat the earth