I am comeH935 into my garden,H1588 my sister,H269 my spouse:H3618 I have gatheredH717 my myrrhH4753 with my spice;H1313 I have eatenH398 my honeycombH3293 with my honey;H1706 I have drunkH8354 my wineH3196 with my milk:H2461 eat,H398 O friends;H7453 drink,H8354 yes, drinkH7937 abundantly,H7937 O beloved.H1730
I sleep,H3463 but my heartH3820 wakes:H5782 it is the voiceH6963 of my belovedH1730 that knocks,H1849 saying, OpenH6605 to me, my sister,H269 my love,H7474 my dove,H3123 my undefiled:H8535 for my headH7218 is filledH4390 with dew,H2919 and my locksH6977 with the dropsH7447 of the night.H3915
I have putH6584 off my coat;H3801 howH349 shall I putH3847 it on? I have washedH7364 my feet;H7272 howH349 shall I defileH2936 them?
My belovedH1730 putH7971 in his handH3027 by the holeH2356 of the door, and my bowelsH4578 were movedH1993 for him.
I roseH6965 up to openH6605 to my beloved;H1730 and my handsH3027 droppedH5197 with myrrh,H4753 and my fingersH676 with sweetH5674 smellingH5674 myrrh,H4753 on the handlesH3709 of the lock.H4514
I openedH6605 to my beloved;H1730 but my belovedH1730 had withdrawnH2559 himself, and was gone:H5674 my soulH5315 failedH3318 when he spoke:H1696 I soughtH1245 him, but I could not findH4672 him; I calledH7121 him, but he gave me noH3808 answer.H6030
The watchmenH8104 that wentH5437 aboutH5437 the cityH5892 foundH4672 me, they smoteH5221 me, they woundedH6481 me; the keepersH8104 of the wallsH2346 tookH5375 away my veilH7289 from me.
I chargeH7650 you, O daughtersH1323 of Jerusalem,H3389 ifH518 you findH4672 my beloved,H1730 that you tellH5046 him, that I am sickH2470 of love.H160
WhatH4100 is your belovedH1730 more than another beloved,H1730 O you fairestH3303 among women?H802 whatH4100 is your belovedH1730 more than another beloved,H1730 that you do soH3602 chargeH7650 us?
My belovedH1730 is whiteH6703 and ruddy,H122 the most chiefH1713 among tenH7233 thousand.H7233
His headH7218 is as the mostH3800 fine gold,H6337 his locksH6977 are bushy,H8534 and blackH7838 as a raven.H6158
His eyesH5869 are as the eyes of dovesH3123 by the riversH650 of waters,H4325 washedH7364 with milk,H2461 and fitlyH5921 H4402 set.H3427
His cheeksH3895 are as a bedH6170 of spices,H1314 as sweetH4840 flowers:H4026 his lipsH8193 like lilies,H7799 droppingH5197 sweetH5674 smellingH5674 myrrh.H4753
His handsH3027 are as goldH2091 ringsH1550 setH4390 with the beryl:H8658 his bellyH4578 is as brightH6247 ivoryH8127 overlaidH5968 with sapphires.H5601
His legsH7785 are as pillarsH5982 of marble,H8336 setH3245 on socketsH134 of fine gold:H6337 his countenanceH4758 is as Lebanon,H3844 excellentH977 as the cedars.H730
His mouthH2441 is most sweet:H4477 yes, he is altogetherH3605 lovely.H4261 ThisH2088 is my beloved,H1730 and thisH2088 is my friend,H7453 O daughtersH1323 of Jerusalem.H3389