The roads to Zion mourn,
    for none come to (A)the festival;
(B)all her gates are desolate;
    her priests (C)groan;
her virgins have been afflicted,[a]
    and she herself suffers bitterly.

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  1. Lamentations 1:4 Septuagint, Old Latin dragged away

The roads to Zion mourn,(A)
    for no one comes to her appointed festivals.
All her gateways are desolate,(B)
    her priests groan,
her young women grieve,
    and she is in bitter anguish.(C)

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He has laid waste his booth like a garden,
    laid in ruins (A)his meeting place;
(B)the Lord has made Zion forget
    festival and (C)Sabbath,
and in his fierce indignation has spurned king and priest.

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He has laid waste his dwelling like a garden;
    he has destroyed(A) his place of meeting.(B)
The Lord has made Zion forget
    her appointed festivals and her Sabbaths;(C)
in his fierce anger he has spurned
    both king and priest.(D)

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