Please paraphrase the ballad/poem "Edward, Edward."
The ballad "Edward, Edward" describes a conversation between a mother and her son. He admits to her that he has killed his father, after first saying that he killed his hawk and his horse, and says that he will sail over the sea as a penance, abandoning his home and children. He ends the poem by cursing his mother for the bad advice she gave him, a sudden and unexplained turn in the final stanza.
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