They that do wickedly be abominable to the king; for the throne of the realm is made steadfast by rightfulness.
The will of kings is just lips; he that speaketh rightful things, shall be (ad)dressed. (The desire of kings is just, or truthful, words; he who speaketh upright things shall be favoured.)
[The] Indignation of the king is (like) messengers of death; and a wise man shall please him (but a wise person shall please him).
Life is in gladness of the king's cheer; and his mercy is as rain coming late. (Life is in the gladness of the king's face; and his mercy is like the rain that cometh late.)