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Ancient Irish Poetry

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Ancient Irish Poetry

   Once when Bran, son of Feval, was with his warriors in his

   royal fort, they suddenly saw a woman in strange raiment

   upon the floor of the house. No one knew whence she had come

   or how she had entered, for the ramparts were closed. Then

   she sang these quatrains to Bran while all the host were

   listening.


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