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*readers think of this epic as classic Latin badly translated into English.
Brutus Iulius Trois Part 2
After Aeneas the trojan took Turnus in battle
he settled his sons in his ancestors home.
Cruesa's surviving son, sad eyed Ascanius
Known as Iulius Trois, The hairy serpent of Troy
And Lavinia's sole spawn Silvanus Dardanus
Heir of the ancient Arsian woodlands
So great was the bond between brothers
Ascanius named a son Silvanus Trois
and Silvanus a daughter Julia Dardanus
both bastard born by lords rights with bondwomen
acknowledged still for so few were family
for the sake of the lineage none could be left
exposed to the elements, abandoned orphans of fate.