Of twice a thousand years,
In Éirinn old there dwelt a mighty race,
Taller than Roman spears.
Like oaks and towers
They had a giant grace,
With feet as fleet as deers'...
With winds and waves they made their settling-place.
Their ocean-god was Mannanán Mac Lir,
Great were their deeds, their passions and their sports;
Of these was Finn, the father of the bard,
Ossian! Two thousand years of mist and change
The Druid's altar and the Druid's creed
Oh, inspired giant! Shall we e'er behold,
("The Celts", by Thomas d'Arcy McGee)
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