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Cath Maige Tuired: The Second Battle of Mag Tuired (Author: [unknown])

section 167

She also prophesied the end of the world, foretelling every evil that would occur then, and every disease and every vengeance; and she chanted the following poem: ‘I shall not see a world Which will be dear to me: Summer without blossoms, Cattle will be without milk, Women without modesty, Men without valour. Conquests without a king
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Woods without mast. Sea without produce
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False judgements of old men. False precedents of lawyers, Every man a betrayer. Every son a reaver. The son will go to the bed of his father, The father will go to the bed of his son. Each his brother's brother-in-law. He will not seek any woman outside his house
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An evil time, Son will deceive his father, Daughter will deceive...’