They were adhered to the dictates of their reason. . .
The kinkajous of the towns, the foxes of the town, the blood-sucking insects. .
Those were the very poor people who did not depart when oppression was put. .
The begins the vexation by the devil in the world. . .
The burden laid upon the younger brothers; . .
Ill-omened star who adorn the night. . .
Then a great army shall descend upon the worthless rubble of the town, . .
It was only because these priests of our were to come to an end, when misery. .
'Come, ye men blessed of my Father and take the kingdom prepare[d]for you. . .'
Then he turns his gaze upon the sinners with whom he is angered. . .
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