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They died not all, but all were sick: No hunting now, by force or trick, To save what might so soon expire. No food excited their desire; Nor wolf nor fox now watch'd to slay The innocent and tender prey. [The turtledoves each other] fled; So love and therefore joy were dead. Translation by Elizur Wright, Jr., 1842. 
Ils ne mouraient pas tous, mais tous
étaient frappés: On n'en voyait point d'occupés A chercher le soutien d'une mourante vie; Nul mets n'excitait leur envie; Ni Loups ni Renards n'épiaient La douce et l'innocente proie. Les Tourterelles se fuyaient: Plus d'amour, partant, plus de joie. Jean de La Fontaine, 1678.  
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