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*readers think of this epic as classic Latin badly translated into English.
Brutus Iulius Trois Part 9
Aurora arose and answered Aquarius's cries
Look upon Tithonus Trojan and be glad of your youth
Venus how are you wronged?
A generation ago Troy was taken by treachery.
The survivors separated, scattered yet still seem undefeated.
My Memnon, a king assisted Troy and died a young hero.
Your Aeneas, a hero abandoned Troy and died an old king.
I do not hear you weep for old Aeneas.
Memnon's heirs still wander the wild lands,
homeless, hearth-less waiting for Junos forgiveness.