So I've taken to translating lesser-known pieces of Latin poetry, including the Old Latinists. It's good practice, and while some of them may not be the best poetry ever, they have some interesting images. Here's the first one.
ADVLESCENS tam etsi properas, hoc te saxulum
Although you, so young, hurry, this little rock
— The Epitaph of M. Pacuvius (220-130 B.C.)