Alas for me, who am [as] a little child, On whom has devolved the unsettled State! Solitary am I and full of distress. Oh! my great Father, All thy life long, thou wast filial. Thou didst think of my great grandfather, [Seeing him, as it were,] ascending and descending in the court. I, the little child, Day and night will be so reverent. Oh! ye great kings, As your successor, I will strive not to forget you.