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Brutus Iulius Trois part 17

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Brutus Iulius Trois part 17

Brutus Iulius Trois Part 17

Assaracus grandson of Helenus crossed to the fore
Linus I led these enslaved sons before your birth
I gave Brutus the sword which cut our bonds 
for brave Linus I also feared to use it.
My mother was Trojan My father Greek
I loved both must I choose between them?
Brutus the Trojan, Linus the Greek must I choose?
We are as a new nation, a new people 
the old Phoenix dies as the new Phoenix soars 
above the flames of its fathers funeral pyre
Aeneas, Ulysses  now Brutus were exiles 
let our new people follow the new Pendragon home.

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