1902 Rotherham's Emphasized Bible (EBR)
Song of Songs 2
2:1 ¶ [SHE] I am The meadow-saffron of Sharon, The lily of the valleys.
2:2 [HE] As a lily among thorns, So, is my fair one, among the daughters!
2:3 ¶ [SHE] As an apple-tree among the trees of the forest, So, is my beloved, among the sons: In his shade, I greatly delighted and sat down, And, his fruit, was sweet to my taste.
2:4 He hath brought me into the house of wine, and, his banner over me, is love.
2:5 Sustain me with raisin-cakes, refresh me with apples,for sick with love, I am.
2:6 His left hand under my head, then, his right hand, embraceth me!
2:7 [HE] I adjure you, ye daughters of Jerusalem, by the gazelles or by the hinds of the field,That ye wake not, nor arouse, the dear love until she please!
2:8 ¶ [SHE] The voice of my beloved! Lo! here he cometh,leaping over the mountains, skipping over the hills.
2:9 Resembleth, my beloved, a gazelle, or a young stag,Lo! here he is, standing behind our wall, looking in at the windows, peeping in at the lattice.
2:10 Responded my beloved, and said to me,Rise up! my fairmy beautifulone, and come away,
2:11 For lo, the winter, is past,the rain, is over, [and] gone;
2:12 The flowers, have appeared in the earth, the time of the spring-song, hath come,and, the voice of the turtle, is heard in our land;
2:13 The fig-tree, hath spiced her green figs, and, the vinesall blossom, yield fragrance,Rise up! my fairmy beautifulone, and come away!
2:14 ¶ [HE] O my dove! In the retreats of the crag, in the hiding-place of the terrace, Let me see thy form, Let me hear thy voice,For, thy voice, is sweet, and, thy form, comely.
2:15 [BOTH] Take ye for us, the foxes, the little foxes that are spoiling the vines,and, our vines, are all blossom!
2:16 [SHE] My beloved, is, mine, and, I, am, his, he that pastureth among lilies!
2:17 Until the day, breathe, and the shadows, be lengthened, Again, liken thyself, my beloved, to a gazelle, or to a young stag, upon the cleft mountains.
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