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Utter a strain of lamentation, plaintive and discordant. For Fortune has now veered and turned against me.

I will indeed utter the song of lamentation [945] in commemoration of your sufferings and of our strongly-manned ships, buffeted by waves; the plaintive strain of our land which mourns its sons. And I will cry aloud in lamentation, shedding many a tear.

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