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Psalms 137

The constancy of the Jews in captivity.

Psalms 137:1 {The hundrid and sixe and thrittithe salm.} On the floodis of Babiloyne there we saten, and wepten; while we bithouyten on Syon. Psalms 137:2 In salewis in the myddil therof; we hangiden vp oure orguns. Psalms 137:3 For thei that ledden vs prisoners; axiden vs there the wordis of songis. And thei that ledden awei vs seiden; Synge ye to vs an ympne of the songis of Syon. Psalms 137:4 Hou schulen we singe a songe of the Lord; in an alien lond? Psalms 137:5 If Y foryete thee, Jerusalem; my riyt hond be youun to foryeting. Psalms 137:6 Mi tunge cleue to my chekis; if Y bithenke not on thee. If Y purposide not of thee, Jerusalem; in the bigynnyng of my gladnesse.

The prophet curseth Edom and Babel.

Psalms 137:7 Lord, haue thou mynde on the sones of Edom; for the dai of Jerusalem. Whiche seien, Anyntische ye, anyntische ye; til to the foundement ther ynne. Psalms 137:8 Thou wretchid douyter of Babiloyne; he is blessid, that schal yelde to thee thi yelding, which thou yeldidist to vs. Psalms 137:9 He is blessid, that schal holde; and hurtle doun hise litle children at a stoon.

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