Song of Songs 5

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  6 H6605 I opened H1730 to my beloved; H1730 but my beloved H2559 had withdrawn H5674 himself, and was gone: H5315 my soul H3318 failed H1696 when he spoke: H1245 I sought H4672 him, but I could not find H7121 him; I called H6030 him, but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