Below is the poem entitled Brutus Iulius Trois part 07 which was written by poet
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*readers think of this epic as classic Latin badly translated into English.
Brutus Iulius Trois Part 7
Banished by kindred unfortunate Brutus
abandoned Alba Longa for Chaonia in Greece
In Chaonia Helenus wise son of Priam
while a grecian slave had gained all of Pyrrhus's property
Adromache, Hector's widow and poor Neoptolemus's crown
Alas long dead was Helenus his people left in bondage to Pandrasus the king
once within the walls that were built from Trojan memories
Brutus was welcomed by all men alike
for his skill with sword, his youth, his sorrow
brought him friends from all walks of life.
here seemingly content the trojan grew older
an acknowledged leader of men.