Exodus 15:21. The Song of Miriam is one of the oldest poetic couplets in the Old Testament. The song is one of praise and thanksgiving as it was sung by the Red Sea after the drowning of the Egyptian soliders during the Hebrew Exodus. Miriam the Prophetess leds the Hebrew women in song and dance:

"Sing to the Lord, for he has
Triumphed gloriously;
horse and rider he has thrown into
the sea."

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