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[645] O fatherland, o house, may I never be bereft of my city, never have a life of helplessness, a cruel life, most pitiable of woes. [650] In death, O in death may I be brought low ere that, ending the light of my life. Of troubles none is greater than to be robbed of one's native land.

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