Catullus, Carmen 62 - Catullus

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As a grapevine untrained, which is born in bare farmland, never lifts itself up, never brings forth a single fruit, but bending its tender body down with weight leaning forward. Now finally it touches the top of its tendril to the root, this one no farmers, no young bulls cultivate.

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