The destruction of ties, and the overthrow of nature's laws of union and of the whole corporal structure, cause me anguish and distress intolerable.
...This destructible bond, which as the God of our fathers thou hadst sanctified by thy divine will, should be dissolved, and that his body should be dissolved into the elements from which it was fashioned......
Office at the Parting of the Soul from the Body
I weep and wail when I think upon death, and behold our beauty, fashioned after the image of God, lying in the tomb, disfigured, dishonoured, bereft of form. O Marvel! What is this mystery which doth befall us? Why have we been given over to corruption, and why have we been wedded unto death?
Let us go forth and gaze into the tombs, for man is naked bones, food for the worms, and stench..
Now is life's artful triumph of vanities destroyed. For the spirit hath vanished from its tabernacle; its clay groweth black. The vessel is shattered, voiceless, bereft of feeling, motionless, dead. Dissolved in the grave by decay, by worms in the darkness consumed....
From the Funeral Service.... There is more but I am a slow two-finger typist.