14 if I say to corruption,(A) ‘You are my father,’
    and to the worm,(B) ‘My mother’ or ‘My sister,’

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26 Side by side they lie in the dust,(A)
    and worms(B) cover them both.(C)

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20 The womb forgets them,
    the worm(A) feasts on them;(B)
the wicked are no longer remembered(C)
    but are broken like a tree.(D)

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how much less a mortal, who is but a maggot—
    a human being,(A) who is only a worm!”(B)

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11 All your pomp has been brought down to the grave,(A)
    along with the noise of your harps;(B)
maggots are spread out beneath you
    and worms(C) cover you.(D)

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