"For the palace will be abandoned, the noisy city deserted; the citadel and watchtower will become barren wastes forever, the delight of wild donkeys, and a pasture for flocks,
to whom I've given the Arabah for a home; the salt plain for his dwelling place?
He was driven away from human society and given the mind of an animal. He lived with wild donkeys, ate grass like cattle, and his body was soaked with dew from the sky until he realized that the Most High God is sovereign over human kingdoms and places over them whomever he desires.
"Will the wild donkey bray from hunger if fresh grass is beside him? Will the ox low from distress if it is near its feed?
"Who sets the wild donkey free? Who loosens the bonds of the wild donkey to whom I've given the Arabah for a home; the salt plain for his dwelling place?
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He ranges the mountains that are his pasture to search for anything green.