Do you observe the calving of the bdeer?
Or do you know the time they give birth?
They get rid of their labor pains.
They leave and do not return to them.
5 “Who sent out the awild donkey free?
And who loosed the bonds of the swift donkey,
6 To whom I gave athe wilderness for a home
And the salt land for his dwelling place?
The shoutings of the driver he does not hear.
And searches after every green thing.
9 “Will the awild ox consent to serve you,
Or will he spend the night at your manger?
10 “Can you bind the wild ox in a furrow with 1ropes,
Or will he harrow the valleys after you?
And leave your labor to him?
12 “Will you have faith in him that he will return your 1grain
And gather it from your threshing floor?
With the pinion and plumage of 1love,
And warms them in the dust,
15 And she forgets that a foot may crush 1them,
Or that a wild beast may trample 1them.
16 “She treats her young acruelly, as if they were not hers;
Though her labor be in vain, she is 1unconcerned;
And has not given her a share of understanding.
18 “When she lifts herself 1on high,
She laughs at the horse and his rider.
Do you clothe his neck with a mane?
20 “Do you make him aleap like the locust?
His majestic bsnorting is terrible.
21 “1He paws in the valley, and rejoices in his strength;
He agoes out to meet the weapons.
And he does not turn back from the sword.
The flashing spear and javelin.
24 “With shaking and rage he 1races over the ground,
And he does not stand still at the voice of the trumpet.
And he scents the battle from afar,
And the thunder of the captains and the war cry.
Stretching his wings toward the south?
27 “Is it at your 1command that the eagle mounts up
And makes ahis nest on high?
Upon the rocky crag, an inaccessible place.
29 “From there he aspies out food;
His eyes see it from afar.
And awhere the slain are, there is he.”
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