CC Antya 18.53

asthi-sandhi chuṭile carma kare naḍa-baḍe
tāhā dekhi’ prāṇa kā’ra nāhi rahe dhaḍe
Word for word: 
asthi-sandhi — the joints of the bones; chuṭile — being separated; carma — the skin; kare — does; naḍa-baḍe — hanging; tāhā — that; dekhi’ — seeing; prāṇa — life; kā’ra — whose; nāhi — does not; rahe — remain; dhaḍe — in the body.
Translation: 
“Its joints are all separated beneath the skin, which is completely slack. No one could see it and remain alive in his body.