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1 “But now those younger than I amock me,
Whose fathers I disdained to put with the dogs of my flock.
Vigor had perished from them.
Who gnaw the dry ground by night in waste and desolation,
4 Who pluck 1mallow by the bushes,
And whose food is the root of the broom shrub.
They shout against them as against a thief,
6 So that they dwell in dreadful 1valleys,
In holes of the earth and of the rocks.
7 “Among the bushes they 1cry out;
Under the nettles they are gathered together.
They were scourged from the land.
I have even become a bbyword to them.
They have cast off bthe bridle before me.
12 “On the right hand their 1brood arises;
13 “They abreak up my path,
They profit 1from my destruction;
No one restrains them.
1Amid the tempest they roll on.
15 “aTerrors are turned against me;
They pursue my 1honor as the wind,
Days of affliction have seized me.
And my gnawing pains take no rest.
18 “By a great force my garment is adistorted;
It binds me about as the collar of my coat.
19 “He has cast me into the amire,
And I have become like dust and ashes.
20 “I acry out to You for help, but You do not answer me;
I stand up, and You turn Your attention against me.
21 “You have 1become cruel to me;
With the might of Your hand You apersecute me.
22 “You alift me up to the wind and cause me to ride;
And You dissolve me in a storm.
23 “For I know that You awill bring me to death
And to the bhouse of meeting for all living.
Or in his disaster therefore acry out for help?
Was not my soul grieved for bthe needy?
26 “When I aexpected good, then evil came;
When I waited for light, bthen darkness came.
Days of affliction confront me.
I stand up in the assembly and bcry out for help.
29 “I have become a brother to ajackals
And a companion of ostriches.
And my flute to the sound of those who weep.
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