Song of Solomon 7
The Shulamite1 What shall you see in the Shulamite? She comes as a company of the camps. How you do beautify your footsteps in sandals, O daughter of Nabad. The proportions of your thighs are likened to pendants -- works of the hands of a craftsman. 2 Your navel is as [2basin 1a turned], not lacking mixed wine. Your belly is as a heap of grain shut up in lilies. 3 [2two 3breasts 1Your] are as two fawns, twins of the doe. 4 Your neck is as a tower of ivory; your eyes are as lakes in Heshbon, by the gates of the daughter of many. Your nose is as the tower of Lebanon, watching in front of Damascus. 5 Your head upon you is as Carmel, and the braid of your head is as purple, with the king being bound by its passing by. 6 How beautiful and how delicious, O love, in your luxuries. 7 This your greatness is likened to the palm, and your breasts to the clusters of grapes. 8 I said, I will ascend unto the palm, I will seize its heights; and [2shall indeed be 1your breasts] as clusters of grapes of the grapevine, and the scent of your nose as apples. 9 And your throat is as [2wine 1good], going to my beloved man in straightness, suiting in my lips and teeth. 10 I turn to my beloved man, and [2is towards 3me 1his turning]. 11 Come, O my beloved man! we should go forth into the field; we should lodge in towns. 12 We should rise early to the vineyards; we should see if [3bloomed 1the 2grapevine]; if [2bloomed 1the blossoms]; if [3bloomed 1the 2pomegranates]. There I will give my breasts to you. 13 The mandrakes gave a scent, and at our doors are all the fruit trees -- new to old. O my beloved man, I kept them for you.
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