I am a man seeing my poverty in the rod of his indignation. (I am a man who seeth my poverty, I have felt the rod of his indignation, or of his anger.)
He drove me, and brought (me) into darknesses, and not into light.
Only he turned into me, and turned together his hand all day. (He turned only against me, and he turned his hand against me all day long.)
He made eld my skin, and my flesh; he all-brake my bones. (He made old, or wasted, my skin, and my flesh; he broke all my bones.)
He builded in my compass, and he compassed me with gall and travail. (He built all around me, yea, he surrounded me with gall and tribulation.)
He setted me in dark places, as everlasting dead men. (He put me in dark places, like the everlasting dead.)