kellyb wrote:Can someone help me :Z I cant figure this out
"Tactusque loci natalis amore, clausus erat pelago"
And having touched the region for the love with (his) origins. <-- Closest ive gotten, Is this any bit right?
As MiguelM said, tactus means "touched" not "having touched" - same goes for clausus. Remember that the agent will be in the ablative. natalis does not mean "origins", but it is an adjective that means "of birth, native" - before assuming that it is being used as a noun, try to find a noun that agrees in case and gender. loci could not possibly be the thing being touched, since its form is either gen sg or nom/voc pl.
flebile nescio quid queritur lyra, flebile lingua murmurat exanimis, respondent flebile ripae