Add your haikus in Latin
Recently a user posted a challenge in the general duolingo forum. https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/34653499
In response, I have written my first haiku in Latin. It is [supposed to be] humorous. I hope you all will read it and add one of your own.
Vita flumen est. Omnia mutantur, nihil interit.
Edit: That last line is just my signature, not a haiku! You guys should go to the linked page, where people are posting haikus in multiple languages. I'll copy my Latin haiku here too, but reader beware, it is stupid. If you want to see my poetic side, go to that linked discussion. :D
@jairapetyan. - My recommendation is: If you quote, you should always mention your source (I'm talking about the second sentence of your "signature").
References are common. We all know that. --- In this case I will do it. But that should be an exception! ;-)
Omnia mutantur, nihil interit.
(Ovid, Metamorphoses, book XV, line 165.)
Everything changes, nothing dies.
(Translated by Anthony S. Kline.)
Everything changes, nothing perishes.
(Translated by … ?)
http://www.thelatinlibrary.com/ovid/ovid.met15.shtml --- Ovid, Met., book XV
http://ovid.lib.virginia.edu/trans/Ovhome.htm --- Ovid, Met., transl. by A.S. Kline