It paws in strength and finds joy in its power. It charges into battle.
22It laughs at fear, is afraid of nothing, and doesn't back away from swords.
23A quiver of arrows rattles on it along with the flashing spear and javelin.
24Anxious and excited, the horse eats up the ground and doesn't trust the sound of the ram's horn.
25As often as the horn sounds, the horse says, 'Aha!' and it smells the battle far away- the thundering [orders] of the captains and the battle cries.
26"Does your understanding make a bird of prey fly and spread its wings toward the south?
27Is it by your order that the eagle flies high and makes its nest on the heights?
28It perches for the night on a cliff. Its fortress is on a jagged peak.
29From there it seeks food, and its eyes see it from far away.
30Its young ones feed on blood. It is found wherever there are dead bodies."