Poet Lore, Vol. 44 : A Magazine of Letters; Autumn, 1938 (Classic Reprint)
Cormac (not hearing him.) A whole month has passed! (he catches sight of daire.) Druid!
Daire. I have been standing before you for some time, but you have not seen me.
Cormac. I am tortured by anxiety. What has happened to my son? A month ago he left Tara with some friends, promising to return soon. You see how he has kept his promise. He is as wild as a mountain torrent; I am always alarmed when he is out of sight and I cannot watch over him.
Daire. King, marvel not that he tarries long. Angus, his host, knows many secrets of nature, and his gray, moss covered house is full of wonders. And his forests swarm with the most rare animals. How enticing the chase is there, and what fishing there is in his blue lake!
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