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Brutus Iulius Trois Part 15
Metrophanes , a grandchild of great Priam
by Imbrius's widow, the captive Medesicaste,
crowned Brutus with a Laurel wreath.
Shouting in Greek, Hail Brutus! The new Pandrasus!
repeating in the trojan tongue, Hail The new Pendragon!
Long may he rule over all of Chaonia!
Brutus pulled off the wreath, not even by conquest is this land mine.
Greek soil is too bitter for any Trojan plantings to thrive
I would wash even my sandals in the sea and return to Troy
**more to come this is a pages long epic after all