Flebat adhuc maerens cervo Cyparissus adempto:
quum sua conspexit cortice membra tegi.
Delius exclamat: quid nostro silva dolore
crescis? tu Daphnen, tu Cyparisson habes.
Cyparissus still weeps, mourning his slain stag.
When he saw his lover's limbs covered in bark,
Apollo exclaimed, "O forest, why do you double my pains?
You have my Daphne, you have my Cyparissus."
--Act. Syncerus. Sannazarii, published in Picta Poesis Ovidiana (1580)