Ye all powerful Gaius J. Caesar
'Twas not as mere elected liar
But rather as victorious general
Friend and beloved of the immortals
That you came to rule your home
The squalid polity of Rome
Under the auspices of Jupiter
God of gods then and after.
Jealousy you caused
As conqueror of Gaul
And once your enemy defeated
Gnaeus Pompey the ill fated
You fancied yourself King
Against Senatorial liking
- For power achieved through merit
Threatens others who wish to wield it.
Yet be not in death vainly furious
Ye violently slain Julius
For to the conspirators' dismay
Your glory lasted to this day
Unchecked by Time's passing by
And remembered yearly the month of July.