I am such a coward for living so long to see my best friend taken from my eyes!
My lord! Titinius is cornered by horsemen! He's taken.
Caesar, your death is avenged with the same sword that I killed you with.
I did not want to be freed like this. Oh Cassius, I will run far away from this country where no Roman can find me
Oh Julius Caesar, you continue to be so powerful even after death. Your spirit walks on earth, placing our swords in our own body.
Brave Titinius! Look, he placed the crown on dead Cassius.
Act 5 Scene 1
Brutus, you give a nice speech together with your evil strokes. Think of the hole you made in Caesar's heart when you cried, "Long live Caesar! Hail Caesar!"
You know that I used to not believe in omens, but now I partly do. While we travelled from Sardis, two eagles accompanied us to Philippi. However, this morning, they flew away and looked down at us like we were prey.
Do not believe in this.
Forever and ever goodbye Brutus. If we are to meet again, we will smile. If not, then this parting has been well done.
Antony, we do not know what kind of blows you are able to inflict. But your words are as sweet as honey: you stole from the bees and left them with nothing.
That's why I only partly believe in it. I am confident that we can meet all dangers without backing down.
Well lead on, if only I knew what will happen today before it even happens! However, it is enough to know that this day will end, the end will be known. Come! Let's go!