Examples of a Roman cursive font, specifically something called Pompeian, downloaded in 2006 from something called Orbikron, the website for which is not there anymore - http://www.orbikron.com/foundry/pompeian.html

Here is the poem at page 259 of Oerberg's Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata - Familia Romana;

Quisquis amat valeat, pereat qui nescit amare
Bis tanto pereat quisquis amare vetat.

which was as the marginal note points out inventa est Pompeiis in oppido Campaniae
Quisquis Amat

As a fuller example, here is a pdf of a familiar poem -
Catullus 13