The 2nd Movement Has Too Many Violins
See this body as fragile and transient as foam.
Know that it is as insubstantial as foam,
And thereby destroy the tempter's flowery arrows,
And put yourself beyond death's grasp.
Just as a raging flood sweeps away a sleeping village,
So does death claim a man of distracted mind,
As he continually seeks more and more
Of life's fleeting pleasures.
Death drowns the unsatisfied man,
Whose restless mind clutches
For greater and greater pleasures.