latin name for shepherd
pastor

Theocritus
sicilian, poetic sketches about the charms of rural life in a collection called Idylls

Idylls
pastoral poems and portray an idealized view of agrarian life

bucolic
(adj.) characteristic of the countryside, rural; relating to shepherds and cowherds, pastoral

pastoral poems
young love, fertility symbols, suggests eternal springtime and eternal youth

complaining about
constraints of judo christian morality, corruption and artificiality of city life, especially court life and all the rules governing behavior

ARcadia
mythic home of great god pan (of nature) which includes physical passion and sexual pleasure, and a patron of shepherds, reproduction, creativity, and fecundity (means fruitfulness and fertility, the ability to produce abundant healthy growth or offspring. What a wonderful word fecundity is! It refers to a powerful productivity, usually in the area of natural growth, either from the earth or by human reproduction.)

epigrammatic
of the nature or in the style of an epigram; concise, clever, and amusing.
epigram: a pithy saying or remark expressing an idea in a clever and amusing way.
pastoral poems are epigrammatic

licentious
promiscuous