I like this one, RiverSong. To me it seems like an allusion to the principle of duality. The only thing I do not agree with is that always the night is "stamped" negative and only in the light of sun you can have the truth. I think both times have their positives and negatives. As well, I like the way, how you wrote it and the way you have put it in stanzas. The sense you wanted to convey is made easily to see and understand.
Thank you very much And I agree, the night is beautiful, and contains life all around. I mean, the desert ecosystem is only sustained because of the cool of night. I agree that both have their positives and negatives, but this piece is just an examination of human nature, and of the primordial fear of the dark.
You're welcome The only other poem I'm familiar with that features Latin is Wilfred Owen's Dulce Et Decorum Est, but even that is mostly in English; even the Roman poets, like Ovid, usually wrote in Greek. The poem is a work of rare linguistic talent, definitely something to be proud of.
Thank you very much, sweetie And I learned by picking up words over time, or simply learning chunks of words at a time(a lot of it I learned reading and studying root language in my English classes), as well as memorizing verbs and their conjugations. To be honest, it isn't that complicated.