therefore do the
love thee me run after thee.
The king hath brought me his chamber. We will be glad and rejoice in thee
ye daughters of Jerusalem as the tents of , as the
they made me the keeper of the
thou whom my soul loveth where thou feedest, where thou the flocks of thy companions
If thou know not O thou fairest among women go thy way forth the footsteps of
the , feed thy beside the shepherds tents.
the king sitteth at his table, my spikenard the vineyards of
thou hast doves eyes.
of our house are edar, and our
rose of Sharon, lily of the valleyss the among
thorns, so is my love among the daughters.
s the apple tree among the trees of the wood, so is my beloved among the sons. under his shadow, his fruit sweet to my . He me , comfort me with apples for I am sick
love. His left hand under my head, and his right hand embrace me.
ye daughters of Jerusalem by the oes and hinds of the field, that ye not
up my love till
he voice of my beloved, cometh upon the mountains, the hills. My beloved is like a oe or a young hart. Behold, he standeth behind
our wall he looketh at the window, through the lattice. My beloved
and said unto me,
up my love, my , and come For lo, the winter is past, the rain is
and gone. The flowers the the is come, and the voice of
the is heard in our land. The fig tree forth her figs, the vines a good smell. my love, my , and come my dove the
of the rock, in the let me see thy countenance hear thy voice for
sweet is thy voice, and thy
us the foxes, the little foxes, that the vines for our vines .
My is mine, and I am his feedeth among the liliesntil the day break and the
shadows my beloved like aoe or a young hart the
By night my bed I sought him whom my soul loveth sought him, but I found
him not. I will and go about the city in the streets will seek him whom my soul loveth I sought him, I found him not. The watchmen that go
about the city found me
ye him whom my soul loveth? I was a little passed them, I found him whom my
soul loveth. I him and not let him go, until I him into my
mothers house, and chamber that me.
I charge you, O ye daughters of Jerusalem, by the oes and the inds of the field, that ye
that cometh out of the wilderness like pillars of smoke,
of the merchant?
man hath his sword upon his
thigh, because of fear in the night. King Solomon made himself a of
the wood of the pillars of silver, the covering of of purple, the paved for the daughters of Jerusalem.
Go forth O ye daughters of Zion and behold King Solomon the crown wherewith his mother
crowned him the day of his , and in the day of the gladness of his heart.
are like a flock of sheep that which up from the
washing where every one twins, and among them. Thy lips
are like a , thy thy are like a piece of a pomegranate within. Thy neck is like the tower of David builded ,
there hang a thousand bucklers all of . Thy two
breasts are like two young roes, which feed among the lilies.
I to the mountain of yrr and to the hill of frankincense.
Thou art all fair, from the top of Amana, from the
top of Snir and Hermon, from the lions dens, from the mountains of the leopards. Thou hast
my heart, my sister, my spouse thou hast my heart with one of thine eyes, with one chain of thy neck. ow fair thy , my sister, my spousehy
than wine, and the smell of thine ointments all spices Thy lips,
O my spouse, drp as the honeycomb honey are under thy tongue, and the smell of
thy garments is like the smell of Lebanon. garden
my sister, my spouse, of pomegranates with of
gardens, a well of living waters,
upon my garden, that the thereof may
come into my garden,
my sister, my pouse I have gathered my yrr with my spice
the voice of my beloved that
to me my sister, my love, my dove, my
for my head is dew and my locks of the night.
I have put off my coat how I it on? I have washed my feet how shall I them?
y put in his hand the hole, my heart was moved him
him, but I could not find him I him, he gave me no answer.
he watchmen that went about the city found me smote me, wounded me the walls took away my from me.
I charge you, O daughters of Jerusalem, if ye find my beloved, that ye tell him that
I am love.
Wh is thy , O thou fairest among women? hat thy more
than , that thou charge us
is as the most fine gold locks are bushy, as His eyes are the
eyes of doves by the , washed with milk, and His
cheeks are His legs are as pillars of arble
set upon sockets of gold he is altogether lovely. is my , O daughters of Jerusalem
is gone down into his garden, the feedeth among the lilies.
Thou art Turn away thine eyes from me, for they
me Thy hair a flock of goats Glead. Thy teeth are
a flock of sheep which go the washing where every one beareth
twins, and not one among them. a piece of a pomegranate within. There are threescore ueens and fourscore concubines
and without number. daughters saw her
blessed the ueens and the concubines praised her
fair as the moon, as the sun, as an
army with banners
I went down into the the pomegranates .
the chariots of
, that we may look upon thee.
thighs are like jewel, work Thy navel is like a round goblet, which thy is like a heap of wheat set about with lilies Thy two breasts are
like two young roeshy neck is as a tower of ivoryhine eyes like the in by the of Bathrabbim thy nose is as the tower of which looketh
toward Damascus head upon thee is like Carmel the hair of head like
stature is like a tree, and thy
breasts shall be as the vine, the smell of thy like applesnd
th like the best wine for my
, let us go forth into the field in the villages. the pomegranates here will I give thee my all manner
of fruits, new and old
drink of spiced wine of the of my pomegranate. His left hand under my head and his right hand
I charge you, O daughters of Jerusalem, that ye not up my love, .
Wh is this that cometh up from the wilderness, upon her ?
mother brought thee
me as a seal upon thine heart, as a seal upon thine arm for love is quench love, neither the drown it if a man would give all the
of his house for love,
what shall we do
a wall, and my breasts like towers then I as one that found favor.
Solomon had a vineyard at th vineyard unto keepers every
one for the fruit thereof a thousand pieces of silver.
y vineyard, O Solomon, a thousand, and th the
fruitThou that dwellest in the gardens, companions harken