Et in Omnes
Et in omnes with no strain of my muscle,
Velvets my cardboard to my diamonds a bundle,
Et in omnes I know of no struggle.
Only power I sport I feel I'm supreme,
I turn noblemen's heads with the song that I sing.
Luxuries and leisure is all that I reap,
And only the finest silks that I sleep.
My time here a grand! No work to be done,
I'm on top of the world! I only know fun.
Et in omnes! The world's at my hand!
Pleasures and ple-
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I am sixteen years old and attend Calloway County High School. I took this oppurtunity to write "Et in Omnes," which is Latin for "I Move It All." I chose a Latin title as symbolism in which all our language is rooted. My verse depicts a man / woman who has the world by its tail, but as you can see, the poem is ended halfway through a single word, representing how quickly you can lose it all.