Proverbs regarding insects and bugs. The 'small' of the 'All creatures great and small'.
The final verse is about a lizard (NET) or spider (KJV). The modern translations seem to agree that 'lizard' is a more accurate translation from the original Syriac word, but it is of little consequence to the proverb. Both lizards and spiders are easy to catch by hand.
Sometimes we find them in the bath, 'rescue' them and put them in the garden, but more commonly, people just squash them.
Being a lizard (or a spider) can't be much fun. Even so, they don't seem to complain very much; they just get on with their daily lives, working diligently.
And some, despite all the difficulties of being what they are, end up in the palaces of kings.