The poetic text praises God for creating the world with life-giving produce, and with rain in which to grow it.
2. Darkness: This is not the usual Hebrew word for darkness (choshech), but rather the rarer afela. The text thus alludes to Genesis, but does not quote it.
3. Produce: From the poetic Hebrew word t'nuva, also found, for example, in Judges 9:11, where a personified tree asks rhetorically if it should give up its sweetness and its good t'nuva. Reinvigorating the ancient word, a dairy cooperative formed in 1926 in Palestine E.I. called itself "Tnuva." It is now the largest dairy producer in modern Israel.
4. Storehouses: Reflecting the ancient view that wind was kept at the ready in great storehouses.
5. End: The rest of the text is cut off. "End of the earth" is a reasonable guess.