Horace, Odes, Book 1, no. 6
I comment on the 3rd stanza, which follows two stanzas in which Horace explains that his poetic muse does not reach to large-scale epic grandeur. This is why, says Horace, some other dude has sung the recent exploits of Agrippa. I'll do the grammar first, because that's where I had the most trouble. After that I'll hazard a translation.
. . . tenues grandia, dum pudor
inbellisque lyrae ...