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"but long before ever we took the name's of English, Scottish, Welsh or Irish,
and long before the tower of babel fell and language cracked,
there was interchange and collochquei and conversation upon this world,
and standing stones remain to bear it testimony
from China to the Americas and from India to Ireland patterning,
still sings the salmon louder in the wild deers lung,
above and below all Wyrdd the greenman makes his play,
and in a schoolboys hand that cupped that water
Merlin of the borders turned in his river grave...."

Except from 'The Five Denials on Merlins Grave'
Give it a listen, it's about 14 minutes long and well worth the hearing.

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Posted by Ishmael
9th November 2005ce

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