To see the name of John Milton, the great religious and political polemicist, attached to such a bawdy epigram, is extremely surprising to say the least.
The rhetorical flourish of a Latin epigram also has served to indicate that the notion of proof is well understood, and commonly agreed.
With its converse insight into the modality of romantic apostasy, this volatile epigram is nothing less than the fulcrum with which we can gain sufficient purchase to negotiate the critical conversions of Coleridgean recantation, from the odes of the 1790s through the desultory journalism of the 1800s and 1810s to the "Logosophia" of 1817 and after.
 A slang epigram puts it better: The time, the place, and the girl.
Latin epigrammatist who left a large mass of work, gave a meaning to the word epigram from which it is only now beginning to recover.
The Latin epigram says, Mors mortis morti mortem nisi morte tu lisset, AEternae vitae janua clausa foret.
_ What you call epigram gives life and spirit to grave works, and seems principally wanted to relieve a long poem.
The epigram are a number of the sentences turned into verse.