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Brutus Iulius Trois Part 18
the defeated Pandrasus spoke out
his weary words weighted with wisdom
Linus is as Greek as I am Greek and as a Greek
let him inherit the crown , I'll name no other heir.
take for yourself as bride my Imogen, my daughter
many fine ships shall be her portion
and peace shall be proud Imogen's price
Set sail Brutus, leave all that is Greek behind
take those who would be Trojans home to Troy
Grey bearded Membyr rapped his cane for silence.
Fools with hands still bloody from the fighting!
What peace can live with the families of the slain?
Linus will wait for a crown he won't live to wear.
Brutus accept the kings tribute and let us depart.