Reading at Random in Classical Literature
‘There’s no smoke without fire.’
semper tu scito, flamma fumo est proxima;
fumo comburi nil potest, flamma potest.
Know this always: a flame is very close to smoke. With smoke a thing can’t be burnt; with a flame, it can.
Written by aleatorclassicus
September 6, 2013 at 12:00 PM
Posted in Plautus