Thrice blessed (and more) are they whom an unbroken bond holds and whose love, never strained by nasty quarrels, will not slip until their dying day.

Felices ter et amplius quos irrupta tenet copula nec malis divulsus querimoniis suprema citius solvet amor die.

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Original Citation

Horace. Carmina [Odes]. 23 BC, bk. 1, no. 13.

Current Citation

Horace. "Odes." The Complete Odes and Epodes, translated by David West. Oxford University Press, 2008, bk. 1, no. 13.