Here is one of those passages. Can you identify it?
Ever do we build our households,
ever do we make our nests,
ever do brothers divide their inheritance,
ever do feuds arise in the land.
Ever the river has risen and brought us the flood,
the mayfly floating on the water.
On the face of the sun its countenance gazes,
Then all of a sudden nothing is there!
Hmm...I guess I can't put any labels on this post until someone correctly identifies the passage!