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Song of Solomon

Chapter 5

  1. 1. I am come
    H935
    into my garden,
    H1588
    my sister,
    H269
    my spouse:
    H3618
    I have gathered
    H717
    my myrrh
    H4753
    with my spice;
    H1313
    I have eaten
    H398
    my honeycomb
    H3293
    with my honey;
    H1706
    I have drunk
    H8354
    my wine
    H3196
    with my milk:
    H2461
    eat,
    H398
    O friends;
    H7453
    drink,
    H8354
    yea, drink abundantly,
    H7937
    O beloved.
    H1730
  2. 2. I sleep,
    H3463
    but my heart
    H3820
    waketh:
    H5782
    it is the voice
    H6963
    of my beloved
    H1730
    that knocketh,
    H1849
    saying, Open
    H6605
    to me, my sister,
    H269
    my love,
    H7474
    my dove,
    H3123
    my undefiled:
    H8535
    for my head
    H7218
    is filled
    H4390
    with dew,
    H2919
    and my locks
    H6977
    with the drops
    H7447
    of the night.
    H3915
  3. 3. I have put off
    H6584
    my coat;
    H3801
    how
    H349
    shall I put it on?
    H3847
    I have washed
    H7364
    my feet;
    H7272
    how
    H349
    shall I defile
    H2936
    them?
  4. 4. My beloved
    H1730
    put in
    H7971
    his hand
    H3027
    by
    H4480
    the hole
    H2356
    of the door, and my bowels
    H4578
    were moved
    H1993
    for him.
  5. 5. I rose up
    H6965
    to open
    H6605
    to my beloved;
    H1730
    and my hands
    H3027
    dropped
    H5197
    with myrrh,
    H4753
    and my fingers
    H676
    with sweet smelling
    H5674
    myrrh,
    H4753
    upon the handles
    H3709
    of the lock.
    H4514
  6. 6. I opened
    H6605
    to my beloved;
    H1730
    but my beloved
    H1730
    had withdrawn
    H2559
    himself, and was gone:
    H5674
    my soul
    H5315
    failed
    H3318
    when he spake:
    H1696
    I sought
    H1245
    him, but I could not find
    H4672
    him; I called
    H7121
    him, but he gave me no answer.
    H6030
  7. 7. The watchmen
    H8104
    that went about
    H5437
    the city
    H5892
    found
    H4672
    me, they smote
    H5221
    me, they wounded
    H6481
    me; the keepers
    H8104
    of the walls
    H2346
    took away
    H5375
    my veil
    H7289
    from me.
  8. 8. I charge
    H7650
    you, O daughters
    H1323
    of Jerusalem,
    H3389
    if ye find
    H4672
    my beloved,
    H1730
    that ye tell
    H5046
    him, that I am sick
    H2470
    of love.
    H160
  9. 9. What is thy beloved
    H1730
    more than another beloved,
    H1730
    O thou fairest
    H3303
    among women?
    H802
    what is thy beloved
    H1730
    more than another beloved,
    H1730
    that thou
    H3602
    dost so charge
    H7650
    us?
  10. 10. My beloved
    H1730
    is white
    H6703
    and ruddy,
    H122
    the chiefest
    H1713
    among ten thousand.
    H7233
  11. 11. His head
    H7218
    is as the most
    H3800
    fine gold,
    H6337
    his locks
    H6977
    are bushy,
    H8534
    and black
    H7838
    as a raven.
    H6158
  12. 12. His eyes
    H5869
    are as the eyes of doves
    H3123
    by the rivers
    H650
    of waters,
    H4325
    washed
    H7364
    with milk,
    H2461
    and fitly set.
    H3427
    H4402
  13. 13. His cheeks
    H3895
    are as a bed
    H6170
    of spices,
    H1314
    as sweet
    H4840
    flowers:
    H4026
    his lips
    H8193
    like lilies,
    H7799
    dropping
    H5197
    sweet smelling
    H5674
    myrrh.
    H4753
  14. 14. His hands
    H3027
    are as gold
    H2091
    rings
    H1550
    set
    H4390
    with the beryl:
    H8658
    his belly
    H4578
    is as bright
    H6247
    ivory
    H8127
    overlaid
    H5968
    with sapphires.
    H5601
  15. 15. His legs
    H7785
    are as pillars
    H5982
    of marble,
    H8336
    set
    H3245
    upon sockets
    H134
    of fine gold:
    H6337
    his countenance
    H4758
    is as Lebanon,
    H3844
    excellent
    H977
    as the cedars.
    H730
  16. 16. His mouth
    H2441
    is most sweet:
    H4477
    yea, he is altogether lovely.
    H4261
    This is my beloved,
    H1730
    and this is my friend,
    H7453
    O daughters
    H1323
    of Jerusalem.
    H3389

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