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O unlucky old man, who have seen and suffered pain,  what life will be yours for time to come? Peleus
Childless and bereft, with no limit set to misfortune, I shall drain unhappiness to the dregs until my death. Chorus
It was for nothing that the gods blessed you in marriage. Peleus
All that blessedness is flown,  sped beyond the reach of high-flying boasts. Chorus
Lonely in a lonely house you dwell. Peleus
O city, I am dead. Farewell, my sceptre! He throws his sceptre to the ground. And you, Nereid in your dark cave,  shall see me fallen into utter destruction.