I am the roseH2261 of Sharon,H8289 and the lilyH7799 of the valleys.H6010
As the lilyH7799 amongH996 thorns,H2336 soH3651 is my loveH7474 amongH996 the daughters.H1323
As the appleH8598 treeH6086 among the treesH6086 of the wood,H3293 soH3651 is my belovedH1730 amongH996 the sons.H1121 I satH3427 down under his shadowH6738 with great delight,H2530 and his fruitH6529 was sweetH4966 to my taste.H2441
He broughtH935 me to the banquetingH3196 house,H1004 and his bannerH1714 overH5921 me was love.H160
StayH5564 me with flagons,H809 comfortH7502 me with apples:H8598 for I am sickH2470 of love.H160
His leftH8040 handH8040 is underH8478 my head,H7218 and his rightH3225 handH3225 does embraceH2263 me.
I chargeH7650 you, O you daughtersH1323 of Jerusalem,H3389 by the roes,H6643 and by the hindsH355 of the field,H7704 that you stirH5782 not up, norH518 awakeH5782 my love,H160 tillH5704 he please.H2654
The voiceH6963 of my beloved!H1730 behold,H2009 he comesH935 leapingH1801 on the mountains,H2022 skippingH7092 on the hills.H1389
My belovedH1730 is likeH1819 a roeH6643 orH176 a youngH6082 hart:H354 behold,H2009 he standsH5975 behindH310 our wall,H3796 he looksH7688 forth atH4480 the windows,H2474 showingH6692 himself throughH4480 the lattice.H2762
My belovedH1730 spoke,H6030 and saidH559 to me, RiseH6965 up, my love,H7474 my fairH3302 one, and comeH3212 away.
For, see,H2009 the winterH5638 is past,H5674 the rainH1653 is overH2498 and gone;H1980
The flowersH5339 appearH7200 on the earth;H776 the timeH6256 of the singingH2158 of birds is come,H5060 and the voiceH6963 of the turtleH8449 is heardH8085 in our land;H776
The figH8384 tree putsH2590 forthH2590 her greenH6291 figs,H6291 and the vinesH1612 with the tender grapeH5563 giveH5414 a good smell.H7381 Arise,H6965 my love,H7474 my fairH3302 one, and comeH3212 away.
O my dove,H3123 that are in the cleftsH2288 of the rock,H5553 in the secretH5643 places of the stairs,H4095 let me seeH7200 your countenance,H4758 let me hearH8085 your voice;H6963 for sweetH6149 is your voice,H6963 and your countenanceH4758 is comely.H5000
TakeH270 us the foxes,H7776 the littleH6996 foxes,H7776 that spoilH2254 the vines:H3754 for our vinesH3754 have tender grapes.H5563
My belovedH1730 is mine, and I am his: he feedsH7462 among the lilies.H7799
UntilH5704 the dayH3117 break,H6315 and the shadowsH6752 fleeH5127 away, turn,H5437 my beloved,H1730 and be you likeH1819 a roeH6643 orH176 a youngH6082 hartH354 on the mountainsH2022 of Bether.H1336