3 At this my body is racked with pain, pangs seize me, like those of a woman in labor; I am staggered by what I hear, I am bewildered by what I see.
4 My heart falters, fear makes me tremble; the twilight I longed for has become a horror to me.
References for Isaiah 21:4
5 They set the tables, they spread the rugs, they eat, they drink! Get up, you officers, oil the shields!
6 This is what the Lord says to me: “Go, post a lookout and have him report what he sees.
References for Isaiah 21:6
7 When he sees chariots with teams of horses, riders on donkeys or riders on camels, let him be alert, fully alert.”
References for Isaiah 21:7
      8 And the lookouta shouted, “Day after day, my lord, I stand on the watchtower; every night I stay at my post.
      References for Isaiah 21:8
        •  21:8 - Dead Sea Scrolls and Syriac; Masoretic Text "A lion"
          9 Look, here comes a man in a chariot with a team of horses. And he gives back the answer: ‘Babylon has fallen, has fallen! All the images of its gods lie shattered on the ground!’ ”
          10 My people who are crushed on the threshing floor, I tell you what I have heard from the LORD Almighty, from the God of Israel.

          A Prophecy Against Edom

          11 A prophecy against Dumahb : Someone calls to me from Seir, “Watchman, what is left of the night? Watchman, what is left of the night?”
          References for Isaiah 21:11
            •  21:11 - "Dumah" , a wordplay on "Edom" , means "silence" or "stillness."
              12 The watchman replies, “Morning is coming, but also the night. If you would ask, then ask; and come back yet again.”

              A Prophecy Against Arabia

              13 A prophecy against Arabia: You caravans of Dedanites, who camp in the thickets of Arabia,
              References for Isaiah 21:13