Antony and Cleopatra Act 4, Scene 5
Antony and Eros meet the soldier who had warned Antony earlier not to fight a sea battle. Antony admits that he should have followed that advice, and the soldier tells him that many would still be on his side if he had not fought in that battle. He reveals that Enobarbus has gone to fight with Caesar. Antony sends Eros to write a letter to Enobarbus with his greetings, and curses that his luck should have corrupted such an honest man as Enobarbus.