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Alas for our fate! Our mother has gone below: no more, [395] Father, is she in the light of the sun, and she has left me an orphan. Look at her eyes and slackened arms. [400] Listen to me, Mother, listen, I implore you, it is I, Mother, I, your little one falling upon your lips, who call your name!

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