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|Esther||Psalms||Job 29||Job 31|
1 But now dey that be littler den I have meh in derision, whose daddehs I have disdain'd to have set wiff teh doggehs of mah flock.2 Yar, where might be teh strength of teh hands that profits meh, in whom teh oldness was perished?3 For teh wants and teh famines were solitary; fleeing into teh wildernesses in teh former times of wastes and desolateness.4 Who cuts up teh mallows by da bushes, and juniper roots for teh meats.5 They were driven forth from among teh men, (dey cried "Teh theif!" after them as after teh thief;)6 To be dwellin' in teh cliffs and teh valleys, in caves of teh Erfs, and in teh rocks.7 Among teh bushes they brayed; under teh nettles did they gather togethur.8 They were teh children of teh fools, yea, children of teh base men: they were viler than teh Erfs.9 And now I r their song, yea, I be their byword.10 Dey abhor meh, they flees far from meh, and spare not to spit in mah face.11 Because he hath loosed mah cord and afflicted meh, dey have also let loose teh bride before meh!12 Upon mah right paw rise teh youth; dey push away from mah feets, and dey raise up against meh teh ways of their destruction.13 They mar mah path, dey set forward mah calamity, dey has no helpers.14 Dey cam eupon meh as a wide breaking in of teh waters: in teh desolation they rolled themselves upon meh.15 Terrors are turned upon meh: they pursue mah soul as teh wind: and mah welfare passeth away as teh clouds.16 And now mah soul ish poured out upon meh; the days of affliction have taken hold upon meh.17 Mah bones are pierced in meh in the night season: and mah sinews take no rests.18 By teh great force of mah disease is mah garment changed: it bindeth meh about as teh collar of mah coat.19 He hath cast meh into teh mire, and I r become like teh dust and ashes.20 I cries unto you, and you dun not hear meh: I stands up, and you regardest meh not.21 Your arts become cruel to me: with your strong hand you opposest yourself against meh.22 You liftest meh up into teh wind; you causest meh to ride upon it, and dissolvest mah substance.23 For I knows that you wilt brings meh to death, and to teh house appointed for all teh living.24 Howbesit he will not stretch out teh hand to teh grave, though they cry in his destructions.25 Did not I weeps for him that was in teh trouble? Was not mah soul grieved for teh poor?26 When I looks for gud, den ebil came unto meh: and when I waited for teh light, there came teh darkness.27 Mah bowels boiled, and dey rested not: teh days of affliction prevented meh.28 I wents mourning without teh sun: I stood up, and I cried in teh congregation.29 I am teh brother to dragons, and companion to teh owls.30 Mah skins is black upon meh, and mah bones are burned with teh heat.31 Mah harp is also turned to teh mourning, and mah organ into teh voices of dem that weep.